1. Open new document
2. Insert>More Breaks>Manual Break
3. Choose "Page Break"
4. Choose (any) Style (to activate "Change page number")
5. Check "Change page number" ("1" is adequate)
Statusbar (lower left corner) shows:
Actual result: Page 1 of 3
Expected: Page 1 of 2
7. Scroll down to second page
Actual result: Page 3 of 3 (Page 1)
Expected: Page 2 of 2 (Page 1)
Also produced in:
Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha0+ (x64)
Build ID: dfd027342e6b4107ebd3369de96ef2be3883724d
Change view to book view and the second page is shown as blank page. We have a lot of simliar bug reports, but it's the intended behaviour (but documentation could be improved)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 128626 ***
(In reply to Dieter from comment #1)
> Change view to book view and the second page is shown as blank page.
> We have a lot of simliar bug reports,
> but it's the intended behaviour (but documentation could be improved)
Thanks for the explanation Dieter (and links to related bugs). I tried (and obviously failed) to find similar bugs before filing this one. After reading those bugs, I looked for documentation, but could not find any, though it was suggested in bug #126284, comment 8. Have you found any?
There was a change in the status bar between 6.3 and 7.0, but I still find it confusing. Seems strange to treat all "Insert Page Break, restart numbering" as though the intention was to print books.