On Sat, 15th May 2021 22:52:16 -0500, Sqwertz wrote:
> I do think there's something in Windows 10 that allows you to
> throw stuff of the visible screen.
I rather think, you dragged the toolbars off the window in floating
mode and then closed the floating toolbar windows with the X-button.
To get the toolbars back to visible, you just need to right-click
on the main menu of the window in question (main window and compose
window). You get a right mouse menu, which enables you to re-activate
any toolbar. If it was undocked before closing, the toolbar will be
re-activated to undocked state. You then grab the title bar of the
undocked toolbar and drag it to whatever position you like. If the
position happens to be the upper, lower, left or right border of
the main/compose window, the toolbar will dock again.
In docked state, every toolbar has a handle of gray dots on the
left-outermost side. (Or on the upper side, when docked vertically.)
With this handle you can drag the toolbar to another position. - To
change the order or dock the toolbars alongside each other (or the
main menu, for that matter).