While I’ve talked about the context bar, I failed to mention one important aspect of it: Indicators.
These are common contextual (i.e. appearing/disappearing based on the state of things) commands that are not related to the current selection, like “Save”, “Undo”, and “Paste”, and they sit at the right of the bar. Indicators take some load off the status bar, which, in today’s LibO, uses a “saved status” section that acts as a “Save” button on double-click (very non-standard behavior).
And that brings me to the status bar: it’s been drastically reduced in Citrus, consisting of only a zoom slider, a button for showing the toolbox that doubles as an “insertion mode” indicator, and textual indicators of the current state. If you hover over or click on the “Statistics” indicator, you get some more statistics:
Page style indication is left to the page fizz/context bar (which one gets by selecting a page), language indication is left to the text/paragraph context bars/fizz.