Created attachment 49527 [details]
Screenshot showing "empty" NAvigator
I saw that with Master "LibO-dev 3.4.5 – WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) English UI
Steps to reproduce:
1. open sample from Bug 39519 - Copy slide by drag and drop causes
double use of user defined slide name
2. Open floating Navigator
3. Move mouse pointer to bottom end of navigator so that pointer view changes
4. Click bottom border of Navigator and drag up to reduce height
Expected: there is a minimum size (with visible objects in Navigator
objects pane) that can not be dropped below
Actual: you can reduce Navigator height until white Navigator
objects pane disappears. Increasing height will not bring back
objects pane (or only a unusable small one).
Confirmed for Master -- LibreOffice 3.5 on OpenSuse Linux.
Thanks for the steps and the screenshot. After trying to minimize navigator, dragging it out does not render the entire box unusable, just a lot of gray space. If dragged large enough, some slides/contents will reappear in the box.
Due to comments
That worked with 3.4. so REGRESSION. And still a problem with Server installation of Master "LibO-dev 3.5.0 – WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) English UI [(Build ID: 3b32204-7f92fce-2ba0a9f)]"
Created attachment 50939 [details]
Also a problem with docked Navigator, as the screenshot shows.
I saw you active in some UI improvement, can you help here?
(In reply to comment #6)
> I saw you active in some UI improvement, can you help here?
It seems I've found the cause. But I need some more code reading...
By the way, no need to download a special doc to reproduce the bug, it appears even on an empty doc.
fixed with http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?h=libreoffice-3-5&id=8c763915fbb11a261dbbf64280cabeefb7ca6c6a
Thank you for the report!
*** Bug 43197 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Works fine now with Server Installation of "LibreOffice 3.5.0 Beta0-based - WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [Build-ID: f923851-7f15fca-1f1fd1a-ca8e46d-5bcbce4] Windows_Release_Configuration 11-Dec-2011 06:51"