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Dear all,

I'm experiencing a problem with Draw's function "merge":

As you can see in attachment #1 (map_1.png), I'm trying to build a map (yeah, not exactly, what 
Draw is there for ..)
Now I'd like to merge the "roads" (the long grey boxes) with the "corners" (the grey circles).

Result: see attachment #2 (map_2.png) - even though I definetly pressed "merge", the shapes do not 
get merged at all.

The issue is reproducable:

Create a circle with width=1cm and height 1cm.
Create a rectangle with width=1cm and any height.
Align the bottom centre of the rectanlge with the centre of the circle.
Now rotate the rectangle by 60 degree (120 work as well), rotating point is the bottom centre of 
the rectangle.
Now merge: The result shows anything but a merge.

Tested with:
Libre Office for on Win7 as well as Libre Office on Ubuntu (current versions each 
of them)

Could you advise, please, and tell me what to do, to get those shapes merged properly?

Thank you and kind regards,

p.s. attached you can find the odp file, too - just in case ..
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