When writing, and especially when revising a text document, on many subsequent instances, is is very handy to have LO to reopen the file placing you at the page/cursor location you left when last saving the document. This helps a lot to keep track of the point from where you should restart your editing work.
However, LO 3.4.3 does not appear to save this location anymore for .odt files, while OO 3.3 and previous always did.
If you have to switch between many tasks frequently and are used to edit your writer files repeatedly for relatively short time spans, this feature is sorely missing. Right now, as a workaround, I have to insert a specific note in the file showing the place where I left it when saving.
Thanks for the attention,
Normally it works if you have defined your identity data in Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Identity data (after the modification, restart LibO including the quickstarter).
You're right, the thing happened because the Libreoffice 3.4 install process does not prompt to insert you personal credentials as the OO install routine always did.
So, as I had to install LO in a haste, I just forgot to insert my identity actively. Isn't it so?
Sorry for pestering......
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 34515 ***