Created attachment 106660 [details]
Testfile with legendbox
LO 220.127.116.11rc on Win7 64bit. LO crashes whenn editing the Legend-Box.
See attached file "test.odt"
Unfortunately, the crash ist not exactly to reproduce.
- Open test.odt
- Manipulate the Size of the legendbox some times
- Manipulate the position of the legendbox some times
- Manipulate the "arms" of the legendbox
-> after aprox. 5 Manipulations LO crash.
I think this is a regression from LO 4.2.
Created attachment 106661 [details]
Testfile with legendbox (binary)
Unconfirmed with v18.104.22.168 under mint 17 x64.
Unconfirmed with v22.214.171.124 under ubuntu 14.04 x64.
Confirmed with v126.96.36.199 under windows 7 x64.
This one is easy to crash.
Just hold and move the entire box fast (to all sides) for a few seconds.
Seems windows only, can't crash it under mint & ubuntu.
Set to NEW.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Confirmed with v188.8.131.52 under windows 7 x64.
Updating to earliest reproducible version -> 184.108.40.206.
On pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today, I only noticed this message each time I move the legendbox:
warn:legacy.tools:22462:1:sfx2/source/control/statcach.cxx:404: setting state of dirty message
Could someone try to retrieve a backtrace by following this link? https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/BugReport/Debug_Information#Windows:_How_to_get_a_backtrace
bfoman: put you in cc just in case you'd have some time to reproduce this and retrieve a bt.
Put it as NEEDINFO meanwhile.
Created attachment 109391 [details]
Backtrace with Problems...
I tried a backtrace with WinDbg on Win7 x64.
But the "!analyze -v" seems not to work...
The backtrace is attached.
Ralf: I don't know, I use only Linux for bt.
Could you give a try to 4.3.3 to know if it's better with it?
Sorry, i forgot: this WAS made with LO 220.127.116.11.
Hmm, i tested now with Lo 18.104.22.168, and the Bug seems to
Can anyone reprodude it?
Let's put this one to WFM.
If someone can reproduce this with LO Stable version 4.3.4, please don't hesitate to reopen this tracker.