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At least 90% of the problem was solved when I found the setting "Hide frame of windows when maximised" in Window Manager Tweaks > Accessibility. I can't believe I missed this setting and I don't remember turning it on. It still seems to be a virtual box related bug that, when this setting is used, it is impossible to re-show the window decoration. But at ...


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Ubuntu uses the Human icon theme for libreoffice, so if you want the sifr icon theme which is the default one used on Mac OS X, you will need to install its package (libreoffice-style-sifr) and then go into Tools > Options > View and set the icon style to sifr. If you wan the tango icon theme, which is libreoffice's default icon theme on windows and linux, ...


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It depends how you start X after disabling it at boot time, I think. If you invoke a display manager such as lightdm (i.e. sudo service lightdm start) then you will need to stop the service again (sudo service lightdm stop). On the other hand, if you start a desktop session via xinit (i.e. using the startx command), then simply exiting from the session ...



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