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Den 26.02.2013 21:24, skreiv anne-ology:
        screen-savers  ;-)
            and I thought these had been replaced by that 'hibernation'
option  ;-)

        Suggestion to try - try placing the machine in 'hibernation' when
you leave it for a moment -
           see if this odd phenomenon clears up or continues.

        I've used this option all the time, and have never noticed this odd
I am using LibreOffice on stationary computers only, but willing to try everything. The error occurs from time to time, not regularly, so it is difficult to trace.

On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 12:41 PM, Kolbjørn Stuestøl

When awaking my computer after the screen saver has been activated, the
images in Writer are gone. Only the image frame containing a "Reading
error" message is left.
Reloading the document get the images back. (Naturally it is only the
document in memory who is influenced).
But sometimes I save without recognizing the lack of images and then I
have to insert the pictures again.
Seems to be a LibreOffice - screen saver conflict.
Just given it a try. It happens on OpenOffice 3.2 Writer too if that

Perhaps this is a Windows problem only? Found on Win XP and Win 7 not
tried on other OS.
Others observed the same phenomena?
Some advise on how to get rid of this without deactivating the screen


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