The window title shows the file name without path and the LibreOffice name.
But when they are several LibreOffice versions opened simultaneosly, is needed go to Menu/Help/About to know in which you are.
Released versions: "LibreOffice"
Develop versions: "LibreOfficeDev"
If it were possible to see with the name the version numbers, would be very helpful.
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> If it were possible to see with the name the version numbers, would be very
It would be helpful for guys such as us, bug triagers, who run several LibreOffice versions at once. But for casual end users?
Given that we release our product in a fast-paced, web browser-like cadence, our version numbers are not that important enough to give them such prominence, IMHO.
I'd have to agree with Adolfo, can't see this as very helpful for the average user. And for those of us with multiples, easy enough to pop open Help -> About to confirm the install being worked with.
You can do it manually.
Goto Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Advanced > Expert Configuration
Find Preference Name /org.openoffice.Setup/Product
Find Property ooName
Change "LibreOffice" to "LibreOffice 4.2" or whatever is necessary for you.
This item is the string, which is shown in the title bar.
There are other places too, where this string is used. As you are not an average user but a bug triager, I think it will not confuse you.
Really thanks @Regina, always doing stuffs in a so friendly way.
Just as I wanted.
Up now I was modifying the theme to get it.
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