It would be useful if LibreOffice could have a responsive layout.
An initial implementation could be determining the icon size based on the window width. Additional tweaks could include distributing space evenly across toolbars on the same row and expanding onto a second row if there's not enough space for the toolbar.
Reasoning: Same as with websites. Large icons make sense with a large window size, as the cursor has more distance to travel and larger icons make better targets, or on a tablet. However, with smaller window sizes, small icons are needed to keep commands on screen and afford more space to the document.
Operating System: All
Version: 126.96.36.199.alpha0+ Master
This sounds like a good enhancement request but it'll require a ton of work so, as to when it will get done, I'm not sure.
Low (quite difficult to implement)
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I don't know if it's worth and if I would like such automated change of icon size.
You will get an jumping UI which is not what I would prefer from an UI that it will change depend on the window size.
Responsiveness is what users expect from web applications or small scale devices (mobiles). But on a desktop application? And actually we introduced the Notebookbar to cover different scenarios. So resolving this as WF (there is also no clear use case).
wf work for me cause as you already wrote we have responsive layouts.