Doing as above (e.g. to change line spacing to 1.5) jumps user to the very end of the document, meaning that you lose where you are in the document.
It would be great if libre office could stick with one point in the document - either the page number and position you were at prior to the change of spacing, or - ideally - to a location in the document that corresponds to the text that the user was looking at/editing at the time of the change of line spacing.
Obviously this could be tricky as document size changes when line spacing is made, nonetheless, current behaviour can be quite annoying.
(Note: I am not sure whether this issue relates solely to behaviour when line spacing is changed).
When selecting the full document with Ctrl+A, the cursor will move its position to the end of the document, which causes the jump to the end of the document when you change the line spacing. But maybe it should remember its position before Ctrl+A to return you to the correct location after the spacing is changed or even after simply right-clicking and opening the Paragraph dialog, as the dialog didnt move the position in LibO 3.6.7.
As there is more discussion and a decision in the newer bug, I make it a duplicate of the other bug.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 117711 ***