Created a simple Base report using the report design view. Added an image control to page header and saved. Specified a png one colour graphic (1.5kb) and saved as link. Program becomes non-reponsive and consumes 60-70% of cpu whilst in tht state. Must use force-quit to exit.
Recovered document, edited report and added same graphic as an embedded file. Attempt to save has same result.
Recovered document, edited report and added a 4kb black and white gif graphic instead. Attempt to save has same result. Must use force-quit to exit LO.
This behaviour is also exhibited when inserting an image directly rather than as the graphic to an image control.
@James : please provide a test ODB document including report so that we can try to reproduce.
Once you have provided the document, please set back to unconfirmed.
I cannot reproduce this on a CentOS-6.6 Linux box so if it is a defect then it is specific to OSX-10.9.5. I will try again tonight.
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