Created attachment 144444 [details]
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Tested on debian/buster with LibreOffice_6.1.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz
I have umask set to 0007. I want the files to be created with permission 660 on my system.
1. I open libreoffice and create new spreadsheet. I save the spreadsheet and i close libreoffice.
2.Checking with ls -la shows that the file has correct permission rw-rw----.
3.Opening the same file again and I am OVERWRITING it.
4.Cheking again with ls -la before we close the file. I noticed that the lock file still has rw-rw----, but the original file has been changed to rw-------.
5. Closing the file and again checking the permisions - ls -la - the lock file is gone (as it should be), but the permissions of the original file are still rw-rw----.
No idea which versions are affected, but this actualy stops my production and i cannot find a workaround.
I just tested version 6.0's debian package. It DOESNT have this bug!
on step 5, there is a typo: rw-rw---- should be rw-------. After overwriting permissions remain rw-r------
on step 5, there is a typo: rw-rw---- should be rw-------. After overwriting permissions remain rw--------
Thanks for reporting this issue.
This is a duplicate of bug 119050
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 119050 ***