This bug was filed from the crash reporting server and is br-c07b04f6-e49f-44f4-bace-8843b4a9aae5.
With outline content visibility enabled, I placed my cursor to the left of a subhead that had text beneath it and hit "enter." LO crashed.
In case it's relevant and not reported, I'm running under gnome-session (Gnome 3.36.8) with Wayland.
I've had frequent LO crashes similar to this one, sometimes after deleting text, sometimes after hitting "enter" after a subhead, and so on.
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Created attachment 170865 [details]
Writer file that crashes
Uploaded document that crashes.
Thanks for providing the document.
Could you please explain the steps to reproduce the crash? where do you place the cursor when you press enter ?
Created attachment 170900 [details]
LO crash at 3:00 minutes, brought on by pressing backspace key.
I think the crashes may vary, occurring sometimes after I press <backspace>, sometimes after <enter>.
In any case, here's a live one, at 3:00 minutes, brought on by my having pressed <backspace>.
Created attachment 170901 [details]
LO crash at 01:05 minutes, after pressing enter or backspace.
Here's another live one. I don't recall which key-press brought it on--<backspace> or <enter>.
[Automated Action] NeedInfo-To-Unconfirmed
I've several times found this crash occurring when I delete a blank line (using <backspace> or <delete>).
This bug stays Unconfirmed because it needs exact steps.
Please try to find.
I can't please mark duplicate of bug 142733, that's also a delete with Outline, but with steps. Please test that one and set New if you reproduce.
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