Have critical problem.
When I offline with my computer and try do copy, paste or open a file the Libre Office Vanilla frequently try to access the files on "recent documents history". This operation expend a lot of time while the Libre office check the server. It repeat this operation a lot times a then we lost a lot time waiting.
I think when the "recent documento" is located on a offline server/computer it must flag to not search every time.
Thanks a lot to solve it,
André João Telöcken.
Thank you for reporting the bug. Can you confirm that this is happening with the latest LibreOffice Vanilla 5.1.1?
Could you please elaborate in greater detail, which files are in recent files. Are those local files? Or files from an online storage?
Also you say "this operation expend a lot of time while the Libre office check the server". Which server are you referring to that is being checked?
Setting to NEEDINFO until more detail is provided.
After providing the requested info, please reset this bug to UNCONFIRMED (should it be persisting) or WORKSFORME (should it be solved with a newer LO version).
I updated my libreoffice vanilla to the version 22.214.171.124.
To you understand better my situation I can explain a sample to you:
1) I work on my office and access a file with Libreoffice on my Samba Server;
2) When I am at home I would like to access other local file and then the libre office are looking if my file that I have accessed on my office is available.
This procedure expend a lot of time.
After a few seconds I get a message that file is not available.
André João Telöcken.
So this is what i tried
1) Open a document on my linux desktop from my windows laptop as well as one in Google Docs
2) Close libreoffice and disconnect the internet on the laptop
3) Open libreoffice and open another document or open writer
and i didnt have any problems.
@Steve: Can you try the same and see if you have problems.
1. open LO file from second computer on same network via afp://
2. close LO and disable WIFI
3. open LO and another document
→ all good. what issue are we discussing?
NeedInfo. André can you please post precise reproduce steps similar to the form above.
Sorry, wifi / network was behaving oddly here.
I reproduced this problem and it's really ugly.
1. open file from remote share (in my case, I used afp:// which comes on board with OS X: system preferences > sharing > file sharing)
2. access machine 1 from machine 2 via afp://
3. open file from machine 1 on machine 2
4. close LO
5. disable WIFI / network connection
6. reopen LO
Crash (log attached). I can't even force quick LO, something is very stuck / borken here.
LO should continue to operate even without a network connection.
Created attachment 124907 [details]
This seems to be a dupe of #89394
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 89394 ***