With high security level, there is no way to open an input form without macro warning if some macro is being used one way or the other.
Steps to Reproduce:
0. Highest macro security level
1. Store attachment to trusted directory
2. Open document
3. Open form
No macro warning because there is no macro code embedded and the document is saved to a trusted location.
User Profile Reset: No
Neither the form document nor the embedding database document have any macro code embedded. The macro warning is triggered by the form's push button pointing to "LO Macros">Tools>Debug>printdbgInfo which is ridiculous. People who design input forms quite often rely on the ability to call macro code.
Created attachment 161789 [details]
Empty database with a form document and a push button
Needless to say that the macro is called when you push the button despite of any macro warning.
maybe releated to:
Bug 128006 - Macro warning dialog is prompted on every function or sub call
(In reply to Oliver Brinzing from comment #3)
> maybe releated to:
> Bug 128006 - Macro warning dialog is prompted on every function or sub call
Yes. It describes the same issue.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 128006 ***