Deleting or adding images while “record changes” is on, isn't actually saved; when “show changes” is enabled, those aren't displayed as changes (with overstrike/underline and colour).
Reproducible always regardless of the file format.
Verified on 184.108.40.206, changing version.
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Normal (bug that affects a basic feature of LibO, makes it only half functional)
Low (only affects one subset of a feature, inserting images, not a lot of users affected)
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I do not think this is a bug, maybe can be request for enhancement.
In the LibreOffice help
The review function is available in LibreOffice for text documents and spreadsheet documents.
Not all changes are recorded. For example, the changing of a tab stop from align left to align right is not recorded. However, all usual changes made by a proofreader are recorded, such as additions, deletions, text alterations, and usual formatting.
“If a bug is documented, it is a feature”. It doesn't work like this. A direct LO competitor does that in the supported format, so it's certainly a bug, or a bad format support.
(In reply to comment #2)
> I do not think this is a bug, maybe can be request for enhancement.
Also, see this:
> such as additions, deletions, text alterations, and usual formatting.
It doesn't say “text deletions”. So it applies to images as well, doesn't it?
Reproducible with LO 220.127.116.11, Win 8.1.
I think Track Changes should record deletions of images.
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This is still a valid bug/enhancement request on LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 (running on macOS 10.12.3 Sierra). When choosing to compare a document with a previous version where an image has been replaced by another, only the image from the starting document is shown and there is no mention of the change in the Manage Changes window.
The feature in question was never (completely) implemented to my knowledge, at least not in OpenOffice.org prior to the creation of the LibreOffice project and certainly not in StarOffice before that.
Setting as RFE.