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It is terribly disappointing to see that  the latest release of labor office
(4.1) has still not addressed a long-standing bug that seriously diminishes
the usefulness of the entire suite for anyone who actually uses it for any
kind of active work requiring copying and pasting from within and without
the program.

Bug 62196 - EDITING: copy-paste from non-LibO-text-source pastes previous
clipboard contents 

Once you copy and paste within a Libra office document you can no longer
copy and paste from an outside source into the document. The clipboard does
not clear, it retains the last cut/copy from within Libra office and in
order to bring in a copy from an external source, such as a web browser i.e.
a link, you have to exit Libra office and restart it to clear the clipboard.
This is extremely frustrating when gathering information from the web and
trying to enter references and links into a document.
While drafting this short note, in Libra office, I had to exit and restart
the program in order to paste the references and links for the bug.
It is really quite a basic and often used function 
Does anyone know when or if this issue will be addressed?


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