Citrus UI is a collection of ideas for how LibreOffice could be changed in order to be simpler and easier to work with. In order to make adoption of these ideas as easy as possible, I’ve split up the proposal into several projects that could be worked on separately and made a possible roadmap for evolving the suite bit by bit. The suggestions here are just a subset of the various suggestions that came up over time — you can find those on this page.
Reorganizing all commands into logical, clear, and contextual categories, getting rid of dialog windows along the way.
Putting things inline to get a more fluid interface, making access quicker and easier and eliminating some panels.
Making drawing simpler and quicker, plus mockups of a drawing application (vector + bitmap, like Adobe Fireworks).
Revamping the Navigator to make it simpler and merging it with the Page/Slide pane, Quick Navigation, and Search.
Encouraging use of open-source fonts by means of seamless integration with FLOSS font banks, so that a document looks the same no matter what computer it’s on. And remaking the font pop-up to fit.
Making sure LibreOffice’s UI is as adaptable as possible and making changes for different platforms where necessary.