The year is 2020 and this is still a problem in version 10.7.1.
I couldn't get the georeferencing toolbar to display. I moved the whole project to QGIS. At least what's broken in there get's fixed in months instead of years and I don't even have to pay to use it.
Curtis & Joseph,
I have been experiencing this as well due to working back and forth between home my set up and office set up, and one way I figured to fix this is to unplug one of my displays. This obviously only works if you have multiple displays, but this will force the remaining displays to re-organize what is visable.
Not ideal, but it at least works constantly on my end!
Good luck in the future since there doesn't seem to be any fixes coming soon.
Through trial and error, our team has found a workaround for this issue when it's specific to toolbars. Assuming that the missing toolbar is simply just off the edge of the screen where it can't be found, try the following:
1. Double Click in the open Toolbar area to open the Customize menu (this can also be done by clicking on the down arrow symbol that is next to each existing toolbar)
2. On the Options Tab, select "Large icons"
For us, making the toolbars large forced the missing one onto the screen where we were able to pull it to the center of the screen and then exit the large mode.
I hope this helps anyone else having the same trouble.
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