On 2013-04-25 08:09, M Henri Day wrote:
2013/4/23 Steve Edmonds <firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you think it should be in the manual as it seems to have been around
since 2.4, I am sure it would help a lot of people to know.
I have had this with EPS drawings (with/without preview) for a
long time. For those to not cause a problem I turn off
Options>Load/Save>General>Save auto recovery information.
Just a suggestion, you could give it a try.
On 2013-04-23 22:21, William Drago wrote:
Well, I may wait for 4.0.3 and see if that fixes anything. I
did check the bugs list and I don't see my specific bug
mentioned, but it may manifest itself in different ways, so
maybe it will be fixed in 4.0.3.
The bug that makes LO 4 unusable for me is drawings no longer
save when pasted into Writer (exit LO, re-open the document,
and the drawings are gone). A significant amount of my work
involves making drawings in LO Draw and using them in Writer
documents. What I have been doing as a workaround is pasting
screenshots of the drawings into Writer.
Thanks for all the replies...
Disabling the Save auto recovery info option did the trick for me in
Writer Version 220.127.116.11 (Build ID:
4c82dcdd6efcd48b1d8bba66bfe1989deee49c3) on 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04. Nice !...
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