Since 126.96.36.199 Shift+F5 = "Restore Editing View" (means: go to the line last edited) doesn't work anymore.
Confirmed (on Windows 7 64-bit) with:
Build ID: 62ad5818884a2fc2e5780dd45466868d41009ec0
Build ID: c4b15cd4d00dec6b266fa830b4ba73e31ae6ce73
Build ID: eacd4c044f2bdec41b02e3832772c65327e5be57
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2014-08-06_08:10:42
See also: Bug 80960 - EDITING Opening file doesn't place the cursor on the last position of editing.
Confirmed on Debian (32-bit):
Build ID: 958349dc3b25111dbca392fbc281a05559ef6848
Build ID: edfb5295ba211bd31ad47d0bad0118690f76407d
*** Bug 84821 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Not reproduced on Linux (Ubuntu, 64 bit) and OSX (10.10, 64 bit) with LO 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 4.5 master
So, just as with bug 80960, there is some confusion as to the circumstances which would cause this.
Note that while the initial position on load (as in bug 80960) is affected by whether you have set your name in the global configuration, when I try it, Shift+F5 goes to the cursor position saved in the file regardless of whether a name is set in global configuration.
Created attachment 112456 [details]
Sample file with last cursor position set at a known position (the "X")
Shift-F5 should place the cursor after the "X" on the middle line
With attachment 112456 [details], cursor is not in correct position on open. Shift+F5 does nothing.
Same result from scratch.
Linux Mint 17.1 32-bit, LibO 4.2.7 and 4.3.5
Win 7 Pro 64-bit, LibO Version: 220.127.116.11
Build ID: 9629686a67dd1f357477c13325e45a66f3452bb9
Build ID: 5f6bdce0c0ac687f418821ce328f2987bf340cda
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-01-17_01:06:46
Shift+F5 works ok with 64-bit Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 14.10 64-bit Version: 18.104.22.168.alpha0+
Build ID: 0ffa3abc7d6c0437ece30cfb1430d28ffcc9f5c1
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@46-TDF-dbg, Branch:master, Time: 2015-01-15_22:47:16
Build ID: 430m0(Build:2)
On Windows 7 sp1, 64-bit en-US with these test documents
Confirm Shift+F5 is not functioning with
Build ID: c4c7d32d0d49397cad38d62472b0bc8acff48dd6
but it does work correctly same system with
Build ID: 3c6fd5a59b08cec8705a31d17a60204acf6b7173
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-03-29_02:04:01
Note the same behavior, i.e. 22.214.171.124 broken, 126.96.36.199alpha0+ works, with these 32-bit builds for issue of opening to last edited position when user data details (first/last/initials) are filled in, bug 80960
Have to bisect a bit but suspect Kendy's commit for bug 80960
did some good here.
Also, for 64-bit Windows builds on same system Shift+F5 function is mostly correct--except for issues of bug 51217 bug 62398, where the cursor placement can be off by a dozen characters.
Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha0+ (x64)
Build ID: 48916c9b8c1363a37bf511626326ee6dc150975c
TinderBox: Win-x86_64@42, Branch:master, Time: 2015-03-17_22:56:52
and with (first/last/initials set) it opens vicinity of last edited position.
Yes, Shift+F5 "Restore Edit View" is "Mostly" fixed now for the 32-bit builds. It and the 64-bit builds still have some cursor placement issues.
Bisect range... 2015-01-27..2015-01-31
"Mostly" in that the exact cursor position on moving the edit view seems to drift away from the last position edited.
@Kendy, Maxim -- does the math for the convertTwipToMm100 for ViewTop and ViewLeft need to be refined to more precisely place the cursor?
The document provided as example has no author. Therefore it is a bad example for testing the cursor position at opening.
If you place the cursor on the X and then save the document (using LibreOffice 184.108.40.206) when you reopen it with the same user it will show the cursor on the X.
If you open the document from another user account it will jump to the same exact position by pressing Shift+F5
At least under Windows XP Pro x86 SP3 everything is now working as expected.
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Verified <shift>+F5 working correctly to relocate as close as can be calculated prior position
Believe this should have been closed, fixed as noted Comment 9