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Can someone take a look at this bug report and let me know if it's 
expected behavior. For some reason it seems to be a feature (but I have 
no clue why someone would want this behavior).
I currently don't particularly remember what that shortcut is 
intended for, but...

1_ I can replicate the first part of the process (which moves the 
text to the second page). I am apparently unable to reproduce the 
_second_ "Place your cursor behind the first rule of the second page" 

as described in the original report. Since I am not testing in Mac, 
perhaps this behavior is different?

2_ The first part of the procedure inserts a new paragraph and resets 

the style. I'm not sure what exactly triggers the insertion of a new 
page, since I don't see any kind of "page break".

3_ Whatever the specific position "behind the rule" really means, and 

whatever is supposed to be, there are two details that are not clear 
(to me) in the initial report.
 3.1_ What the procedure is supposed to do / achieve? (In other 
words, what's exactly wrong or unexpected or buggy?)
 3.2_ What exactly *the reporter* was trying to achieve? (Isn't it 
possible that he is trying to do something by using an inadequate 

Whether this is a bug or not, IMHO the first step (before even 
investing time) should be getting clear answers to the above points 
#3.1 and #3.2.

IMHO, Only if the expected supposed behavior is really incorrect for 
that specific procedure, then perhaps it deserves some attention; if 
not, "do no harm".


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