Writer crashes after being open for a long time.
Usually is what I do:
1. Keep Writer open for a longer time (1-2 hours or event whole day).
I do only basic stuff during that time: type, insert a several pictures from a file, create a table, create some headers, countless times of save.
2. Then put PC to standby mode.
3. Wake up usually after 1 hour.
4. Activate Writer window and start typing immediately, or
activate Writer window and scroll from the current position to the very top/bottom of the document.
Writer it crashes ONLY when you try to use it.
I've noticed that Writer always crashes after this combination. Although I think standby mode is not necessary.
OS: Ubuntu 11.04
LibreO: 3.4.3 final
Hardware: Lenovo x201s (intel i3).
Also, the same problem was in:
Ubuntu 11.04 + 3.3x;
Ubuntu 10.x + OpenOffice (any version)
Sorry if the bug is already registered. I've looked for it and found only "sleep+freeze" problem.
If I remember right, this applies to the whole Office package, e.g. if Writer crashes, then all Office modules "go own".
And if I manage to crash for example Calc, it crashes all other modules too.
Will try that out.
(In reply to comment #1)
> If I remember right, this applies to the whole Office package, e.g. if Writer
> crashes, then all Office modules "go own".
> And if I manage to crash for example Calc, it crashes all other modules too.
> Will try that out.
Additional problem - sometimes Writer crashes constantly after long duration of work. On recovery it crashes immediately again. I have to restart the system.
Most likely bug 37850, making a dupe because details to differentiate are missing.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 37859 ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 37850 ***