In order to reproduce:
 Create a new text document and insert a bit of text.
 Open a new window with the same document.
 Resize both windows in that way that in one window the horizontal slider is visible and in the other window it is not visible.
 In order to view the bug it's best to position both windows side by side. Click alternately in both windows. At each click the document 'jumps' simultaneously in both windows either to the right or to the left. In the window that has not the focus the display is wrong. The text is shifted relative to the horizontal ruler. Expected: No jumps and no shifts relative to the ruler.
Bug already exists in version 3.3.0. Hence inherited from OOo.
Does it jump if you place the two views into book mode? Or if you expand the two app frames holding the document each to 1/2 on left edge 1/2 on right edge of display?
Think this is a rounding error on placing the canvas/page in the app frame.
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No, I do not use the book mode. I created a screenshot of my whole screen in order to show how both windows are displayed and where the display is not correct.
Sorry, I was not clear. Please test having allowed the Windows OS to place the two windows into two equal halves of the display, single page. And again into book mode.
Understand they are not "workable" modes, but it will help to isolate where in constructing the GUI things break.
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 Created 2 windows with same document and placed the windows with Windows function. See Screenshot 2. In this case there is no problem respective this bug.
 Switched to book mode. See Screenshot 3. Also no problem.
 Switched back to single page. No problem.
 I found another possibility to trigger the bug: Reduce the zoom factor of one of the windows to 90 %. Click alternately in both windows. See Screenshot 4.
I repro the jumping relative to the ruler.
Arch Linux 64-bit
Build ID: 6a9326803c01f4c9bc7da855053ce4e80646fad8
CPU threads: 8; OS: Linux 4.15; UI render: default; VCL: kde4;
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI.UTF-8); Calc: group
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Bug still exists in version 6.2.1 (64 bit) with Win10.