On Tue, 2013-06-04 at 06:43 -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
On Fri, 2013-05-24 at 07:46 -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
Version 3.6:build-304 (Build ID: 360m1(Build:304)) openSUSE 12.3/x86_64
I have a LibreOffice master document with many sub-documents.
At the beginning of the document, in the master document, is a Table Of
Contents - it works, it generates a table of contents for the entire
document, including all sub-documents.
At the end is an Appending with a concordance. It *previously* worked;
but now I notice that it is only generating entries for a hand-ful of
items. It certain isn't including all the subdocuments.
Is this a known bug, or is there possibly some setting that got changed?
I have tried deleting and recreating the appendix but it does the same
I upgraded to Version 4.0:build-303 (Build ID: 400m0(Build:303)) [the
contents of the openSUSE LibreOffice-Unstable repository].
So LibreOffice is now newer - and noticeably faster.
By my Appendix exhibits the same issue, it simply is not including the
full set of documents like it once did. Any pointers would be
I've gone over and over the settings. Is there any way to 'debug' what
the appendix is and is not including.
In 4.0 removing and re-adding the appendix creates an appendix with the
identical index as before - even without specifying the concordance
file.... then selecting the update-index from the context manual
locks-up LibreOffice indefinitely.
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