Noticed when I've created a ToC - after converting from .odt to .docx, LibreOffice changes the levels of items in the ToC every save.
It also marks the ToC posts badly in .docx format, it only shows the mark right after the text.
Originally noticed on 5.3.7, exists in 6.1.
This does not happen in .odt format
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create a .odt file
2. add a Table of contents and some entries
3. save file as .docx
4. open new file, update index - entries will move down one level, save
5. open new file, update index - entries will move again
entries will move one level down per save
entries should stay at their level they were created at when updating
User Profile Reset: No
OpenGL enabled: Yes
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko
Hi Fredrik, thanks for your bug report.
I can't reproduce any change. Can you explain more clearly what you mean with "entries move down"? Please attach sample file(s) and/or screenshots showing the ToC before and after.
I set the bug into status NEEDINFO.
When you provide files or screenshots, please change back to UNCONFIRMED.
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First few steps of reproduction, file creation
Create a new LibreOffice Writer file (.odt), open it.
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Following steps of reproduction, creating of Table of Contents
press add Table of Contents, register, index.
Select Table of Contents, press OK.
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Few more steps of reproduction, writing lines and adding them to ToC, updating ToC and saving file
Write 3 lines.
Mark the first line, press "insert post" (roughly translated)
add it at level one
select next line - update line entry and add it at level two
select next line - update line entry and add it at level three
Right-click the Table of Contents and select "Update".
Compare result and save file as .docx
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Last step, outcome of Table of Contents
When opening the new .docx file, the Table of Content entries has their linenumbers badly aligned, aswell as the marker text for the entries is not on the actual text.
Updating the Table of Contents fixes the spacing, but lines have moved:
"Line 1, level 1" has now been placed on level two
"Line 2, level 2" has now been placed on level three
"Line 3, level 1" has now been placed on level two
Saving the file and reopening shows the same problem, updating the Table of Contents moves lines even further
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example file, created from the method described in .bmp's
Working .odt that shows the Table of Contents as expected
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example file, Faulty Table of Contents saved from the .odt example file
Issue not reproduced.
OS X EL Capitan
Build ID: 60bfb1526849283ce2491346ed2aa51c465abfe6
CPU threads: 4; OS:Mac OS X 10.11.3; UI render: default;
local: ja-JP (ja.UTF-8); Calc: group
Thank you, Fredrik. It was a little tricky as I don't understand your GUI language, but I can reproduce the issue.
It only occurs if you use the Insert Index Entry command , not if you have headings.
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