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Let say I have a document "error picture 1 before.odt" with bunch of pictures (I have made "error picture 1 before.pdf" so you can see the same as I for shore). I open it, click on second picture and paste another picture (with keyboard). Than I scroll with mouse down. I get what you can see on "error.jpg" that is attached.
This thing is killing me for years now, and I finally succeed to reproduce it. Please do something about it.
Note: if I go from beginning to the end of the document after opening the document and than replacing picture -> works fine ! But that pass through the document must be with page down or with scroll on the mouse. If it is done with Ctrl+End and Ctrl+Home, the problem persists.
After scroll and before taking the picture, I have saved the "error picture 1 before.odt" as "error picture 2 after.pdf" and "error picture 2 after.odt". Weird, I get different result. With odt, last picture is missing.
Please see the attachments.
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starting document in pdf
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You'd better wait for someone to reproduce the bug before setting it to NEW.
I couldn't reproduce it with your files, but the bug is very familiar, of course. Other bug reports seem to associate it with the autosave function, however.
Rephrasing the summary to make it more precise. What you say is that newly inserted pictures end up as "read errors" at next file load when they are placed before Writer has completed the processing and layout of the complete document? (This background processing is usually rather slow, you can force it by paging through the complete document, or by forcing a reformat via "File/Page Preview".) Or did I get something wrong?
Adding this bug to the collection of Bug 47148.
newly inserted pictures end up fine, some of the old ends up as as "read errors".
click on first are second picture that appears
paste new picture so that clicked picture is replaced
then scroll the the end of the document
some pictures are "read-error"
I have just reproduced with Version 126.96.36.199 (Build ID: da8c1e6)
I get only the last one as "read-error", but I know that when I open the document it was there. Because if I open and close original document again and scroll to the end, it is there.
(In reply to comment #7)
> newly inserted pictures end up fine, some of the old ends up as as "read
> Open document
> click on first are second picture that appears
> paste new picture so that clicked picture is replaced
> then scroll the the end of the document
> some pictures are "read-error"
> I have just reproduced with Version 188.8.131.52 (Build ID: da8c1e6)
> I get only the last one as "read-error", but I know that when I open the
> document it was there. Because if I open and close original document again
> and scroll to the end, it is there.
click on first are second picture that appears
should spell :
click on first or second picture that appears
Same problem in 184.108.40.206 also.
Created attachment 76644 [details]
demonstration: open document -> replacing picture -> scroll down
demonstration: open document -> select picture -> paste and replace picture (CTRL + V) -> scroll down
I hope above demo will make things more clear.
I have a file with bunch of pictures, when :
opening a file (no scrolling no nothing)
select second picture
replacing with new picture (CTRL + V)
scroll down and second picture is in error
Please provide exact steps (enumerated) where we can reproduce this. Unfortunately as is your steps are not very clear and they are written in a way that is very hard to follow.
What I tried:
1. Download startin document
2. Scroll to last picture
3. Copy last picture with ctrl + c
4. Select below last picture
5. Paste with ctrl + v
I see no problem but I assume I am missing something.
If this is still a problem with version 4 please provide clearer steps and mark the bug as UNCONFIRMED. Thank you!
(In reply to comment #12)
You're steps are fine, just that paste is before scroll(no scrolling before paste, scroll after paste).
1. Download and save startin document
2. open startin document so it is writable
3. select a picture that is visible
4. paste a picture in clip board (such as print screen)
5. scroll down
6. some pictures are missing with "read-error"
If you open document and just scroll down, are pictures are present. Seems to me that something bad happens if you paste before scroll. If you scroll thru the document before paste, everything is fine.
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I _sometimes_ have this too.
And it is congruent with my strong experience in Impress (bug 46447) that carefully loading a full application before reordering, or copy/paste or whatever, makes a really good change to prevent the loss of images.
Which is in line with my limited knowledge of image handling in the code: there are several in-memory copies of the document (possibly for the various views/panels too) that need some synchronising (and prolly much more).
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