Created attachment 119857 [details]
ODT file with headings and wrong ToC in Navigator
If I set some headings inside a frame, the ordering on Navigator window is wrong, including on PDF export, but a generated Table of Contents (ToC) in Writer is correct.
The ToC entries in the Navigator window and the PDF bookmarks on the exported document are with the correct heading tree structure.
LO puts all sub-headings inside the last top-heading.
Steps to reproduce:
- create new writer document;
- insert a Frame
- insert some text inside the newly created frame, assign "Heading 1" style;
- outsite the frame, insert some text and assign "Heading 2" style;
- insert another paragraph, assign "Text Body" style;
- insert another frame and repeat the previous steps.
- export as PDF, make sure that the "Export Bookmarks" option ("General" Tab, section "General") is active;
- the resulting PDF has all the "Heading 2" entries under the last "Heading 1" inserted.
See the attached odt and the exported PDF.
Created attachment 119858 [details]
PDF created from example ODT, with wrong bookmark structure
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