Created attachment 114733 [details]
16-page article, copy-pasted from BBC web site
Wanted to move two paragraphs from below a frame to above the frame, but Writer also copied the frame and pasted it as well. Frame wrapped "none" (first such frame on page 7 of attached document). This does not occur if only one paragraph is copy-pasted.
First observed with LibO 188.8.131.52, on a 64-bit Win7 laptop. Then checked with LibO 184.108.40.206 on a 32-bit Linux (Zorin) laptop.
Reproducible with LO 220.127.116.11, Win 8.1
1. Open the attached file in WRITER
2. Go to page 7
3. Select the two paragraphs directly below the image (only them but not the picture above is selected) and copy/move them above the image
If you paste the paragraphs directly after the sentence of the paragraph above (no additional line break) the image is also copied. If you make UNDO then only the paragraphs but not image is removed back.
If you paste the paragraphs above the image with an additional line break then the image is also copied. If you make UNDO then the pasted text and the wrongly copied picture is removed back.
So what's actually going on here is that the frame is anchored to the first copied paragraph - it's just not easy to see that.
(Copying up to one paragraph gets you text, copying more than one paragraph (including partial paragraphs - as long as the selection crosses more than one) get you the anchored objects of the paragraphs too.)
This boils down to the same issue as bug 66065
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 66065 ***