Created attachment 121114 [details]
multiple overlapping graphics inside frame
When using multiple graphics inside a frame, the arrangement of the graphics does not stay the same after closing the document and re-opening when the graphics overlap. This isn't a show-stopper bug, but it does require searching the document for such behavior before printing or exporting to pdf so that it can be corrected. See attached document for example of bug. In this example, the "no circle" symbol requires being brought to the front every time the document is opened so that it is on top of both of the other graphics.
It seems to be the same as bug 84127
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 84127 ***
This was marked a dupe of bug 84127, but that is a regression in the 4.2.x line. I can reproduce this issue with LibreOffice Version: 126.96.36.199 and AOO 3.4.1.
(In reply to Luke from comment #2)
> This was marked a dupe of bug 84127, but that is a regression in the 4.2.x
> line. I can reproduce this issue with LibreOffice Version: 188.8.131.52 and AOO
Ok, maybe this is a dupe of bug 41006?
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Z order still lost after save and reopening with Version: 184.108.40.206.alpha0+
Build ID: 5b805de10a1b05647b616e726f0a8b88ff30ae77
Fixing bug 107392, which seems like a duplicate from the description, did not fix this bug.
My bad. I updated the development version of LibreOffice but my links were still pointing to the old version. The fix for bug 107392 does seem to have fixed this bug.
(In reply to David from comment #7)
> My bad. I updated the development version of LibreOffice but my links were
> still pointing to the old version. The fix for bug 107392 does seem to have
> fixed this bug.
Wow, that is excellent news. I guess we can keep this as FIXED separately as they were seen as such separate issues.