Using a corporate design template for the slides, it occurs quite (every second try) often that all open libre office applications crash when inserting copied text into my current slide.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Set up template usage
2. Create slide with some enumerations
3. Insert text, enumeration for respective lines disappear
4. Try to get the enumeration back by entering the format menu
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 220.127.116.11 release
Please attach your file that shows the problem so anyone here could test.
The file (Folienmaster) can be found on the following web page:
I thought that I understand how to reproduce with steps provided. Perhaps you should give precise steps to reproduce that crash.
Indeed - as ign_christian has said - we need a bit clearer reproducible steps.
I just tested on 4.0.3 and didn't see any enumeration disappearing so at step #3 I see no problem.
Marking as NEEDINFO.
If the problem still exists please provide clearer step by step instructions on the easiest way to see the crash - if it's still crashing it's quite serious (we hate crashes) so we'll triage as fast as possible. Once you clarify steps please mark as UNCONFIRMED and ign_christian or myself will confirm as fast as possible.
Thanks for your help.
As I stated in my initial comment, I can't reproduce it deterministically - it occurs, but not predictable...
I understand that this won't help in order to get it fixed. but that's all I can contribute.
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