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When using a template to create a new document, and then activate numbered headings, the first heading isn't numbered. Also, when changing the paragraph style of a table heading from a (numbered) heading to a non-numbered heading, the numbering on the screen disappears, but when exporting to PDF, the heading structure is still there.
Attachments: template being used, sample document, sample PDF export
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Numbers for headings were enabled, table headings changed from "heading 10" (which made no sense anyway) to "table heading".
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Sample PDF Export
PDF Export has headings for the table headings that are no numbered headings anymore. The first heading is unnumbered.
Ulrich, can you please provide exact repro steps of how to reproduce this problem:
Also does this issue persist with 18.104.22.168 http://www.libreoffice.org/download/pre-releases/ ?
On comment #3:
After loading the sample document you'll see three times "<Geben Sie hier den Tagesordnungspunkt ein>". The first one has no number, but the others have one. All those paragraphs use the same paragraph style (Überschrift 1). The same is true for "Ergebnise" (first ocurrence unnumbered, the others numbered).
I could not reproduce the other issue with PDF export, and I cannot remember any details after almost two years.
This bug was never confirmed - NEEDINFO>UNCONFIRMED.
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Screen shot with manual marks showing the problem
Writer being used was libreoffice-writer-22.214.171.124.4-2.4.1.i586 of openSUSE 12.3 on x86.
Opening your document, I can see that the numbering is not apply to the first item, but I can't reproduce with a new document I created the same way with placeholders. Also you said using a template, but your document is not a template i.e it's not an .ott. Do you always use the same document that you clear each time?
Version Version: 126.96.36.199
Build ID: 3d4fc3d9dbf8f4c0aeb61498a81f91c5b7922f13 Ubuntu 13.10 - Sophie
Sorry, I don't have that ott at hand, and you are right, for convenience I reused one document to create similar documents, and I was not able to reproduce with a more current version than the one originally reported against. So let us assume the problem is fixed in the meantime. If it re-appears, I'll reopen.
Hi Ulrich, Thanks for your feedback. I think your document get corrupted over time, may be when clearing it, you removed some formatting without noticing. For that sort of document, try to use an .ott, this way you make sure that you don't touch the structure of your document and start always with a clean one.
Closing for now as worksforme - Sophie