Created attachment 119776 [details]
Test case to reproduce the issue
When you export some impress slides to PDF and ask the exporter to include notes pages, the bookmarks included in the PDF file are wrong.
Try the following:
- Open a presentation
- File -> Export as PDF...
- Set the export options "Export Bookmarks" (so you get bookmarks) and "Export notes pages"
- Do the PDF export
- Check the PDF file with a viewer, let the viewer show you the Bookmark links (e.g.: with Acroread 9, "View->Navigation Panels->Bookmarks"; with Okular: activate navigation panel from Settings menu and then press the "Contents" button; etc.).
See how the bookmarks are "Slide 1, Slide 2,...", followed again by "Slide 1, Slide 2,...", with the "Slide n" in the second set pointing to the n-th slide exactly like the "Slide n" in the first set. In other words, if your presentation has N slides, then the PDF contains 2N pages (N slides + N notes pages). The first "Slide n" points at page n and the second "Slide n" again points at page n.
This is wrong. The bookmarks should be "Slide 1, Slide 2,...", followed by "Notes 1, Notes 2,..." with "Notes n" pointing to the n-th *Notes* page and "Slide n" pointing to the n-th slide. In other words, with an N slide presentation and a 2N pages PDF as above, "Slide n" should point to page n and "Notes n" should point to page N+n.
The current wrong behavior gets particularly weird when, after having exported the slides and the notes pages you may want to use some PDF toolkit to separate the slides pages from the notes pages by breaking the PDF file in two files. In this case, you get a slides PDF file with two bookmarks per page and a notes PDF file with no bookmarks at all.
Please see the attached documents for an example of the wrong behavior.
Created attachment 119777 [details]
PDF file with wrong bookmarks
Win 7 Pro 64-bit, Version: 220.127.116.11 (x64)
Build ID: 37b43f919e4de5eeaca9b9755ed688758a8251fe
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI)
Build ID: 7e68ba2-a744ebf-1f241b7-c506db1-7d53735
Reproduced every time. Ubuntu 14.04, LibreOffice 5.1.2~rc2, but reproducible on the earlier versions of LibreOffice too.
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