Problem description: The program repeatedly greys out then becomes active, then again greys out ect. This happens repeatedly.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Set 'save auto recovery information' to every 1 minute (from the settings menu [Load/Save]) + with 'automatically save the document'
2. open a new spreadsheet without saving it
3. continue to use/input data into the spreadsheet where ever at your will
4. after the 1 minute is up, the program will produce a cycle of grey outs (I think its because it doesn't know where to save)
+ (on a separate note, once a comment has been inserted into a cell, and then when I try to hover over it.. it shows an empty comment box.
Current behaviour: Program goes in to a grey out cycle for a while
Expected behaviour: Asks user to choose a save destination so it doesn't misbehave due to it not knowing what to do with the document without a save location.
Operating System: Windows 8
Version: 22.214.171.124 release
Priority highest is reserved for MABs, please see: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/MAB on when a bug qualifies for that.
Thus keeping this on priority high.
I don't experience this issue in LibO 126.96.36.199 (Windows 7).
I set the 'save autorecovery information' to every 1 minute and checked the 'automatically save the document' too.
I waited for 6-7 minutes. Everything works fine.
I guess it solved, but you should check as well and it works fine you can put to 'resolved' this bug.
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Agreeing with comment 3 - I didn't see this problem anymore either, so marking as resolved - worksforme.