If I have a floating image at the side of a paragraph of text, and I add a (no-category) caption - instead of the caption extending the area from which the image excludes the surrounding text, it extends it horizontally, and vertically at the bottom, but detracts from it at the top somehow, causing text to flow under the new frame/rectangle created by adding the caption.
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Created attachment 178648 [details]
Document for reproducing the bug
1. Open the attached document, 147757.odt
2. Select the image.
3. On the menus, choose Insert | Caption .
4. Don't change any settings, just press Ok.
Expected: Frame/rectangle covers entire image and a bit more.
Actual: Frame/rectangle fails to cover the top of the image, text now flows under the image where it didn't use to.
Created attachment 178649 [details]
Screenshot of invalid result of adding the caption
Screenshot of the state of the document after following the reproduction instructions.
I confirm it with
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But I can't confirm it with a different image. Can you test with a differnet one?
(In reply to Dieter from comment #3)
> But I can't confirm it with a different image. Can you test with a differnet
Ah, I know what it is. It's the fact that the image is _rotated_.
If you change the image's angle to 0, then insert the caption - its area should be ok. @Dieter, can you verify this?
(In reply to Eyal Rozenberg from comment #4)
> Ah, I know what it is. It's the fact that the image is _rotated_.
I think it's a duplicate of bug 115463. Feel free to change it back to NEW with a short reasoning, if you disagree.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 115463 ***
(In reply to Dieter from comment #5)
> I think it's a duplicate of bug 115463. Feel free to change it back to NEW
> with a short reasoning, if you disagree.
It might be a duplicate, but here we don't have this cropping of the image. Ok, let it be a dupe, although I'm not sure solving that will also solve this.