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Le 2011-03-18 07:40, Sisyphos a écrit :

Everything what is necessary to reproduce this bug is in the subject.

You should have the same effect while doing this:
- Create a page style with "mirrored pages"
- leave "same content on left/right" for headers unchecked
- write something different into the headers for left and right pages
- its good to have enough text for at least two pages, to see what
where is the text body an where is the headers
- change the space of the header space of the style, confirm by clicking ok
- result is different then I expect: only the right pages are updated
with the new settings; its an all possible views and also on print
view the same
- after I saved the document, closed it and reopened it the changes of
the header space are visible for all pages of the the style

Can someone reproduce this? I see this on several computers with
several documents on  OOO330m19 (Build:8)


Same version (in French) on Windows 7, and I cannot reproduce it., whether I create a NEW user-defined page style or start by modifying the Standard page style. But there is something strange I noticed on my first trial: I started with a new page style defined as "mirrored pages", but I had not noticed that headers were checked as identical left and right headers. I wrote the first header (page 1), then realized that I needed to uncheck "identical left and right headers." Fine, but the header I had remained for both odd and even pages and had to remove it on its original page before I could indeed write distinct right and left headers.


Michel Gagnon – <>
Montréal (Québec, Canada) – <>

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