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I am using Debian testing AMD64 architecture. Right now I am using LO 3.4.5, 
because it entered Debian repository, but I had 3.4.4 before. I did not notice 
any problems with paste special. On 3.4.5 it works fine, too.

It is possible that this issue is package-specific. How did you install LO? Is 
it from LO website, PPA repository or Ubuntu main repository (I believe they 
call main section "universe")?

More details could help to track down your issue, so please mind answering 
following questions:

1. How does "did nothing" reveal itself? "Paste special" window never comes 
out, there is only one option in that window or all options product same 
result (formatted text)?

2. How do you try to paste special? Are you using keyboard or select 
Edit → Paste special form menu?

3. Is it Writer-specific or does it happen on each app in LO suite? (You said 
that you did not try; I think that you should before posting on the list, it 
would only take one minute or so and this could be valuable information.)

4. Can you reproduce the problem on default config?
You can create new user and try on it.
You can rename your LO profile 
(mv ~/.libreoffice ~/.libreoffice-old).
You can run LO like that:
soffice -env:UserInstallation=file:///tmp/lo-config/
(note that this is "file" protocol and absolute path, therefore three slashes)
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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