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Build Identifier: Version: 188.8.131.52 Build ID: 31dd62db80d4e60af04904455ec9c9219178d620
I have included an image in a document. I right click and select Properties, then the wrap tab and then "After". The text is properly wrapped to the right of the image. I save the document and re-open the document and the text is now behind the image and on the Wrap tab, the "Optimal" tab is selected.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.add image with "After" wrap around selected and then save document in docx format.
2.re-open document and see that text is not behind image (or image is on top of text).
the text is behind the image. On the Wrap tab, the "Optimal" tab is now selected.
You could also say the image is on top of and covering the text.
I expect that the document will look the same when I re-open it as when I saved it. I expect that the text will still be wrapped to the right of the image
There are two images in the file. One of them didn't have the problem the second did consistently have the problem. I don't see a way to attach the document but I will if I see a way.
This also happened in the previous version of Libreoffice which was the current version until a few days ago.
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Created attachment 127671 [details]
This is the document with the problem
There are two images in the document. Check out the second one. I open the document, fix the image (right click, Properties, Wrap Tab, After), move it a bit so that the text wraps correctly. and save it. When I re-open, the changes are gone.
This is on an Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit system.
Reproduced with v184.108.40.206 / Windows 7. This never seems to have worked, but behavior seems to have slightly changed over time (where the image appears after reload), so adjusting version to v220.127.116.11 for now.
Only happens when saving back to DOCX, not when saving to ODF.
So attachment 127671 [details] opens fine in MS Word 2010, so there is a problem with the import filter or repagination algorithm, as the issue fixed by moving the image and then pressing undo or switching to web view and back. This also happens when saving as doc, but doesnt when saving to odt or rtf.
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Well, the example I originally uploaded/attached seemed to work for me.
The version of Libreoffice that I run is (from Help/About Libreoffice):
Build ID: 1:5.4.3~rc2-0ubuntu0.17.10.1~lo1
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8); Calc: group