Created attachment 118154 [details]
In the attached document on page 2 a page header appears that is not present in MSWord.
Created attachment 118155 [details]
msword rendering of document
Created attachment 118156 [details]
Rendering in LibreOffice 220.127.116.11
Probably something to do with styles. I wouldn't be horribly surprised if this is a duplicate but:
Ubuntu 15.04 x64
Normal - can prevent high quality work. This could technically be a minor bug because there is the ability to "reset" the object but if someone sends you a document it's very hard to collaborate as objects are not maintained in the correct place;
Medium - default
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Doesn't appear to be a regression.
The correct behaviour is to show a header on the first page but not the second page.
LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 doesn't show a header on the first or second page, and then 22.214.171.124 shows a header on both pages.
Will investigate further tomorrow.
Not a regression. It was always buggy.
126.96.36.199 doesn't have header
188.8.131.52 does have header but it's duplicated, and it remains unchanged until current versions (at least 184.108.40.206)
Notes from a tester,
"In this case the headers are linked (the header for section 2 (p.2) is “same as previous” – Word 2010 = Linked to previous), which would normally replicate their content. Somehow the author has managed to vanish the image for the (p.2) even header while retaining it in the (p.1) odd header "
I don't have Microsoft Office so I haven't been able to confirm this.
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Created attachment 140032 [details]
The example file opened in LO 5.3.3
Seems that the second page does not have an extra header anymore.