I have created a diagram using Draw. The diagram consists of a number of shapes that have some text entered into them (you embed the text by double clicking on the shape). Then i select the diagram and copy it. Then I paste it into a Write document that already has some text in it. If I select a text from the Write document and try to paste it into some of the diagram shapes it works fine(for instance to fix a spelling error of a term used in the diagram). When I select a text embedded in the diagram (embedded in some shape of the diagram) and copy it and then try to paste it in the Writer document, It's not working. The text cursor is moving a few characters, but the text is not there. Well it actually works, but the pasted text is probably white. When I select the "nothingness" and change the font color, the text appears.
Actually I just realized that the text in my Draw diagram uses Automatic color but it's shown as black, but that doesn't mean that it should be pasted as white in Writer!
Please attach said diagram.
Marking as NEEDINFO, once you attach open this up as UNCONFIRMED and I'll confirm what you're saying.
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Writer document containing my drawing
Open the document, double click on a shape containing text, selcet the text and copy it. Try to paste the text below the drawing in the same document. On my computer the pasted text is invisible (white) until I selct it and change the font colour.
Another strange one!
Version 22.214.171.124.alpha0+ (Build ID: 9601a571d42b0199bdccf2256fc8be82e14af8a)
Date: Mon Feb 18 23:22:17 2013 +0100
Bodhi Linux 2.2
Normal (would be major but workaround is just to change font color)
High (data not being transferred correctly on copy/paste)
For me not reproducible with LO 126.96.36.199, Win 8.1.
Can anybody confirm that this bug still persists?
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screencopy in LO 188.8.131.52.0+
Attached is what I see when I open the document in LibreOffice 184.108.40.206.0+ built at home under Ubuntu 14.10. Is it what is expected?
Best regards. JBF
Jean-Baptiste Faure, in order to reproduce the bug, you have to double click on the drawing and select some text from the drawing, and than paste it as ordinary text anywhere in the document. Simply opening the document is not what would reproduce the bug.
Anyway, I tried to reproduce the bug with LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 under Ubuntu 14.04.2 and it seams that the bug has been fixed.
Per last comment - closing as WFM
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test file with copy&paste from the graphics
> [...] in order to reproduce the bug, you have to double click on the drawing and
> select some text from the drawing, and than paste it as ordinary text anywhere
> in the document. Simply opening the document is not what would reproduce the bug.
Indeed copy&paste works as expected.
Best regards. JBF