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I've been composing an LO Base application using Mariano Casanova's
excellent tutorial (written for OO Base) as a guide and I'm pleased with
the progress I've been able to make thus far.
I have observed some strange behavior, however,when using the triangular
widgets in the navigation bar at the bottom of the forms. For example, when
I open a form which maintains tables currently containing  201 records, the
navigation bar indicates "1 of 41" records.As I click my way toward the end
of the file using the "next record widget" when I get to record 42 the
display reads "42 of 81 records". However, if I click on the widget for the
last record, the form displays the data for the last record and correctly
shows "201 of 201" records. Returning to the first record via the "start of
file widget" results in proper behavior. The navigation bar then shows "1
of 201" records and thereafter, when moving back and forth through the
records everything works properly.
I'm running LO Base 3.5 on a Windows 7 machine. I observed the same
behavior on OO Base and just downloaded LO 3,6 on another Win 7 machine
with the same result. Is this a bug? Has anyone noticed this  type of
behavior ? Base seems to start out handling records in increments of  about
40 records until it finds the end of the file. Strange.
 Hank Alper

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