Two GNU/Linux Debian machines each running LibO. One (box A) has LibO
184.108.40.206 and the second (box B) has LibO 220.127.116.11.
In box B, there was a set of pre-formatted documents saved in *.odt that
had a double lined border around the page. On opening one of these files
today, this double line had been changed to a single thick black line.
This is now the case for all of these documents I had previously
formatted this way. Box B recently updated from LibO 3.4.*
In box A, I have attempted to set page borders as a test using the
double line style but only thick black lines are possible.
In addition, attempting to set the style under Format / Page / Borders
tab, when clicking "apply" the dialog box defaults to another tab, not
the "borders" tab. I don't know whether this is related or not, but it
might indicate that an attempt to apply the settings is also causing
problems with the tab displays too.
I couldn't find any info on this using Google, and this seems to have
crept in following the upgrade to 3.5.* and now also in 3.6.* Is this a
bug and if so, has it been reported? I don't know how to file a bug
report for this as I don't know how to describe the issue(s) succinctly.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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