My OS (Fedora 17) has a handy, easy-to-find "Large Text" option in its accessibility menu. I keep it on all the time even though I'm not vision-impaired, because I use a laptop up on a stand with an external keyboard, and the default font sizes are tiny at this distance.
Unfortunately, this means that certain dialogs -- like the Customize menu -- have buttons and other UI elements that are outside of the screen area. I have to turn off Large Text and restart LibreOffice if I want to see what I'm doing.
HOW TO REPRODUCE
1. Turn on GNOME 3's "Large Text" accessibility setting on a laptop with a 15-inch screen. (This bug may or may not be reproducible in other configurations. I suspect that netbooks with 10-inch, 1024x600 displays have it worse, whatever OS they are using.)
2. Try to use the Customize menu.
LibreOffice will remain usable and accessible, even on netbooks or for vision-impaired users.
Is this bug still valid / reproducible with the latest LO release? Currently 220.127.116.11: http://www.libreoffice.org/download/
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