Having backups activated, I can only store a file once. For the next 'Save', it will complain "error creating object. could not create backup copy".
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new any-LO-file
2. Save it as TFile
3. Save it again
It does not save; the message as above pops up.
A proper 'save' and a proper .bak
I am storing on a cifs-mounted share. Any new target file name works well. Any 'save' does not. The .bak is created on the local drive, but somehow it fails and results with a zero size. Then, the 'Save' process is abandoned and my edits are nowhere stored. (The first time, however, the .bak is created properly. Only later does it fail.)
Two or three bugs/RFEs here: First, of course, it needs to work. But secondly, I consider it wrong to stall the 'Save' because the backup fails earlier. If the backup fails, for whatever reason, the normal 'Save' still needs to go through. A failure at backup must not abandon the proper 'Save'-procedure.
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 22.214.171.124 release
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 55004 ***