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Hi :)
Thanks.  I think there is a good chance of it getting sorted faster in LO:
1.  There's more devs
2.  None of the management are more keen on "stability" than fixing things

Is there a bug-report that you know of in LO (or OOo)?

I didn't get much time to explore the parameters of this.  On the older machine the document was in 
a different networked folder from the pictures and most of the pictures were hopelessly huge.  On 
the newer machine i copied the pictures to a local folder along with the document and edited the 
pictures to make them reasonable.  So, quite a wide range of possibilities could have caused the 
intermittent problem.  

Regards from
Tom :)

--- On Tue, 20/12/11, Freek de Kruijf <> wrote:

From: Freek de Kruijf <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Graphics vanishing
Date: Tuesday, 20 December, 2011, 22:24

On dinsdag 20 december 2011 20:44:13 Jean Weber wrote:
Tom, in our docs all the images are embedded (unless someone forgets). The
images that Peter and others have been providing are in addition to the
ones embedded in the docs.

What you describe is a different issue from the embedded images going

I have that problem too about images going missing which are embedded, I see 
them when I start editing the odt file that I receive, but later they are 
vanished. After saving the edited file, that file is much shorter than the 
original one, so they are removed from the odt file. This is an issue I have 
for several years now, always hoping that the bug is fixed in the next 
release. Currently using LibreOffice 3.4.4.

Freek de Kruijf

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