Created attachment 48926 [details]
End of step 6 state document
My user analysis:
I assume an initialization missing somewhere in "Paragraph Style" dialog box validation after tab "Outline & Numbering" modification of "Outline Level" without "Numbering Style".
How to reproduce the bug:
On Linux Mandriva x86 and Windows XP x86:
1. create a new empty Writer document
2. enter text "Intro" and chose "Heading" style
3. enter text "Chap" and chose "Heading 1" style
4. select Format-Bullets and Numbering...-Outline-1 / 1.1 / 1.1.1 / 1.1.1 / 188.8.131.52 / ... --> "Chap" becomes "1 Chap" --> ok
5. insert a Table of Contents (Insert - Indexes and Table - Indexes and Tables... - Outline)
Expected = Obtained:
6. summary table contains only one title "Table of Contents" + one entry: "1 Chap .... 1"
Now, I want "Into" to be in Table of Contents:
7. style "Heading" - right click - Modify... - Outline & Numbering - Outline Level set to "Level 1" + OK
8. update Index/Table
Expected seems to be = Obtained:
9. summary table contains one title "Table of Contents" + two entries: "Intro .... 1" + "1 Chap .... 1"
10. Save document
11. Quit writer
12. Open document --> chapter "1 Chap" becomes "Chap" !!!
How to work around the bug:
instead of previous step 7, use:
7a. style "Heading" - right click - Modify... - Outline & Numbering - Outline Level set to "Level 1" + Numbering Style set to "Numbering 1" + OK
7b. update Index/Table
7c. style "Heading" - right click - Modify... - Outline & Numbering - Numbering Style set to "None" + OK
12. open document --> chapter "1 Chap" stays "1 Chap"
---> okay, a work around exists, but when you don't know the bug, you discover it after saving / reloading your document... and then, where is no possible work around !!!
(yes, I found one: copy - paste in text mode, and set again all styles in the document... very boring!).
Failed to reproduce error on LibreOffice 3.4 340m1(Build:12) for OpenSuse KDE.
Downloaded attachments, followed steps 7 to 12. See no difference. Possibly fixed in the new release? Can anyone else confirm?
Just for clarity: I presume 7. -> Format -> Styles and formatting.
(In reply to comment #1)
> Just for clarity: I presume 7. -> Format -> Styles and formatting.
No, 7. --> Style (F11), right-clic on "Heading" style, select modify...
It's a style modification, not a paragraph modification.
I'd just repeat your action, modifying only paragraph on 3.3.3, and the bug did not occur on Win XP.
Could you try again with this precision on style's paragraph modification?
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Please, verify: in last version of LibreOffice still reproducible?
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Sorry for this quite late response.
I'd just confirm again the bug with LibreOffice Writer 184.108.40.206 and reopen it.
To be honest, I do not know how how that Numbering should wor, but definitively the document should look identical the the view before saving (after 'Update all') when I reopen it
Here I see:
1. Open reporter's "2End of step 6 state document"
2. Select word "Intro"
> Styles Pane appears, "Heading" selected
4. In Styles Pane 'right click "Heading" -> Modify -> Outline & Numbering -
Outline - Level-> "Level 1" <OK>
5. Menu 'Tools -> Update -> All'
As Expected, Headings "Intro" and "1 Chap" are visible as Headings and in
6. Save under new name, close, Reopen
Expected: Headings "Intro" and "1 Chap" are visible as Headings and in TOC
Actual: Most as expected, but heading "1 Chap" now shown as "Chap"
(But still "1 Chap" in TOC)
Unexpected VIEWING has nothing to do with FILESAVE or FILESAVE. Instead of
Step 6 you can do
6a: <control+a> to select all
7. <Control+c> for copy
8. Menu 'File -> New -> Writer document'
> New blank Document appears
9. Click into new document
10. <Control+v> for paste
Expected: looks as in Step 6 before close with heading "1 Chap"
Actual: looks as in Step 6 after reopen with heading "Chap"
My suspect is that the buggy behavior here only is a side effect of "Bug 53822 - VIEWING: Heading 1 outline numbering no longer shown after modification of Heading outline style"
It is rather useless to reopen a bug what has been closed from Status NEEDINFO without contributing new info.
I think the core problem is that the Numbering is not shown in Heading (but correctly in TOC), for this problem I submitted
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Not reproduced from scratch per desc. Stays as 1 Chap when reloading.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha1+
Build ID: 3ecef8cedb215e49237a11607197edc91639bfcd
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-merge-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-06-19_23:16:58
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI)
Not reproduced with LO 18.104.22.168 and Ubuntu Studio 15.10 64 bits.
Thanks to all!