1) Open draw
2) Set margins to 0
3) Save as template and enable checkbox to make it default template
4) Close doc
5) Open template manager
6) Delete draw's default template
7) Close template manager
8) Open draw and default template doesnt exist error appears
Firstly, if a template is delete in the template manager and is set to the default template, this should be reset. Secondly, if the error appears there should be a means of disabling this dialog from appearing again, either by reseting the default template after closing the dialog or adding an additional button to the dialog to reset the default template. Also the dialog needs to be more informative by adding a useful title or alternatively the error message needs to be improved as "/home/jay/Templates/default draw.otg does not exist" doesnt tell a user much.
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/confirmed ('Save As...' ODF drawing template does not work; the procedure has to follow the split button's 'Save As Template...' dialog)
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Just need disable opportunity to delete current default template. It will be more right for me
and this is still repro in 6.3
Repro in 22.214.171.124.alpha0+
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) (retired) from comment #0)
> Firstly, if a template is deleted in the template manager and is set to the
> default template, this should be reset.
>if the error appears, there
> should be a means of disabling this dialog from appearing again, either by
> resetting the default template after closing the dialog
Since at least 6.3, there is a "Reset Default Template" command in the "Setting" button in Template Manager.
> or adding an additional button to the error dialog to reset the default template.
No button presented.
> dialog needs to be more informative by adding a useful title or
> alternatively the error message needs to be improved as
> "/home/jay/Templates/default draw.otg does not exist" doesnt tell a user
Dialog has not changed.