If English "version" of LO is opened, there is now problem doing File - Send - Create Master Document, file saves as should. But, when LO is set to Croatian UI it is not possible to do that. Error is displayed: The document can't be saved (in Croatian, not English as I put it here since we have translation to 100%.)
Problem exists only if you have new (unsaved) document opend.
Hello Krunoslav, *,
I can confirm it with LO Version: 184.108.40.206 Build ID: 89ea49ddacd9aa532507cbf852f2bb22b1ace28 and installed Germanophone lang- as well as helppack under Debian Testing AMD64 ... :( When I use the Germanophone UI, create a Writer document with only "Test" in it, and send this via "File - Send - Create Master Document", I get the message "Das Dokument konnte nicht erzeugt werden." (roughly translated: The document could not be created.") ... :(
I can't reproduce with FR UI, all is ok. My version Version: 220.127.116.11
Build ID: 89ea49ddacd9aa532507cbf852f2bb22b1ace28 Sophie
I have the same error with English UI too.
(In reply to comment #4)
> I have the same error with English UI too.
Can you paste your system/ version/ Build ID please? Sophie
Win 7 x64
There is a problem with exporting odt to doc.
Insert frame, anchor it to paragraph text area, align it most right, then insert text to frame (e.g. [02:05]) and apply a custom style with text aligned right - when odt is exported as doc every thing is just fine but right bracket of "[02:05]" is not showing. Export cause lose of "]" character.
Sory - wonted to report new bug, not comment on this :(
Krunoslav, Thomas, Urmas: could one of you provide example document or detailed steps to reproduce, starting from fresh user profile?
When you do, please change status of this report back to NEW. Until then, let's leave it as NEEDINFO.
Sophie could not reproduce this issue, I have failed either. Since we don't have consensus here, I think it's better to remove NEW status from report.
I have noticed that File -> Send -> Create new master doc will fail if opened file does not have Heading 1 style definition. You can create that definition by either:
a) applying Heading 1 style to any paragraph
b) changing Heading 1 properties (change interline or whatever)
Be aware, that style definition might be inherited from template used to create document.
So, this will result in error message:
1. Open LO with new, never used before, profile directory (use -env:UserInstallation=file:// command line switch)
2. Create new Writer document
3. File -> Send -> Create new master doc
4. After specifying filename, LO will show error
It doesn't matter whether you save document or not before step 3. Apparently, language and locale settings don't matter either.
But if you apply Heading 1 to any paragraph, or change heading 1 properties, before step 3, then LO will successfully create new master document.
I think that you might have run into issue mentioned above and mistakenly thought that UI language plays a role here. Which would be understandable, as many master document quirks are not documented.
Reproducible for me with Version 18.104.22.168.beta1
Build ID: f4ca7b35f580827ad2c69ea6d29f7c9b48ebbac7
with a clean new user profile.
UI in French -> KO
UI in English -> OK
Steps to reproduce:
1/ open a new text document with the UI in French
2/ type TEX+F3 (autotext)
3/ Menu Fichier > Envoyer > Créer un document maître
4/ type the name of the new file
==> Error message: Impossible de créer le document
UI in English:
2/ type DT+F3 (autotext Dummy Text)
3/ Menu File > Send > Create a Master Document
4/ Type the name of the new file
==> The file is created
Set status back to NEW
Best regards. JBF
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Still reproducible with LibreOffice 22.214.171.124.0+ built at home under Ubuntu 14.10 x86-64 and French UI.
Best regards. JBF
Still present :D
ID Inačice: d3bf12ecb743fc0d20e0be0c58ca359301eb705f
CPU niti: 2; OS inačica: Linux 3.16; Ui crtač: zadano;
Jezik: hr-HR (en_US.UTF-8)
Linux jessie 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt25-1 (2016-03-06) i686 GNU/Linux
Present in 5.3 alpha (and translating user interface is a hard work).
Changing version back to the earliest affected version.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 113876 ***