Writer immediately crashes.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open a given (*.doc) file
2. Try to browse to Tools->Options->Internet->Proxy, or Browser Plug-in
A form with what's available to configure, or at least a message if something's not right.
Platform (if different from the browser):
LO 220.127.116.11 on Win7 fully updated
I do not reproduce with LO 3.5.2 under Ubuntu 11.10 x86_64 with FR langpack.
Please try again with a clean LO profile.
Best regards. JBF
I reinstalled and the issue went away. Go figure.
Thank you. Closing.
Hello Jean. The issue is back this morning. After some clicking around, found it is somehow related to the Options->LO->Java->JRE enabled. If I disable it, after restart the issue seems to goes away.
I have the following JREs installed:
I tried each of them (doing a restart of LO each time) but the issue happens with any.
If I choose Internet->MediaWiki, a dialog invites me to enable JRE. If I do so, the Proxy and Browser Plug-in options do not crash, but until the next restart of LO when they crash again.
Also noted the fields of Internet->Proxy get populated with gibberish (looks like broken encoding [ﾔOﾭpﾀOﾭp]. Also mind my LO is EN-US but with BG locale).
Anything I could do to help reproduce this?
With 3.5 branch on pc Debian x86-64, I didn't succeeded in reproducing this problem.
Perhaps it's the fact to have several jre, the BG localization, other ?
Could you install libreoffice-dbg to see if there are any warning/error messages in console ?
The best thing to do would be to have a backtrace of the problem, you can take a look here to see how : http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport#How_to_get_backtrace_.28on_Linux.29
Hello Jean, Seems I'm unable to find any libreoffice-dbg reference for Windows. Would you please suggest a resource/procedure to produce meaningful debug info on Win7? Thanks.
(In reply to comment #6)
> Hello Jean, Seems I'm unable to find any libreoffice-dbg reference for Windows.
> Would you please suggest a resource/procedure to produce meaningful debug info
> on Win7? Thanks.
Sorry, should have re read that your env was Windows 7 not on Linux.
(BTW, my name is Julien not Jean :-) )
I'm sorry Julien :). The first fellow replying was Jean-Baptiste and inertia tolls on watchfulness at times.
Any suggestion how to produce more useful info for the devs, when on Windows 7?
(In reply to comment #8)
> Any suggestion how to produce more useful info for the devs, when on Windows 7?
For the windows build with debugging symbols, please see Jesús Corrius' mails:
Hope this help :) Thanks!
From previous comments, it seems to be Windows-only => set platform fields accordingly.
Build ID: 51648779-22e3d74-d554af7
Windows 7 Professional SP1 32/64 bit
Can't reproduce on Windows XP.
BTW: See bug 47044 and bug 47139 for additional infos.
Build ID: 281b639-6baa1d3-ef66a77-d866f25-f36d45
I was unable to reproduce the results on Windows 7 Pro, SP1, 64 bit edition.
@Bfoman: thanks for finding all those duplicates!
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 47044 ***