While trying to reorganize LibO’s menus, I ran into a problem.
You’ve probably noticed that, in Citrus, menus (except “View” and “Insert”) are organized by the thing they apply to: things under “LibreOffice” apply to LibreOffice in general, things under “File” apply only to the current file, and so on.
You’ve also probably noticed that there’s no “Edit” or “Tools” menu in Citrus: they’ve all been sorted out into the appropriate contextual categories. The problem I ran into is that “Selection mode” doesn’t really fit into any of the categories I set. The only category that it sort of made sense in was “View”.
“View” is special in that it contains commands that pertain to the current Window. (If you change the view in one window, the view in other open LibO windows shouldn’t change.) Selection mode works the same way: if you change the selection mode in one window, it doesn’t change in another window.
So here I need Help appropriately naming the “View” menu so that it can also fit the concept of modes. (“Window” seems confusing, as many other programs use that menu to list open windows, but it’s a possible solution. “Instance” sounds too technical. And then I’m pretty much out of ideas.)