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Hi anne-ology,

the link points to a simple .odt file I uploaded to the webspace my ISP provides, and I get no such warning on my PC. I can send the file to you directly if you want to take a look at it.

If you want to relive my experience on your own computer hereĀ“s what I did: I created the file by opening a new document in Writer, adding some paragraphs of text with automatic indent, and then inserting a picture (or frame, same problem). I aligned the picture left and the text flowed nicely around it, with working indentation. When I placed a copy of the picture right next to the first picture, the indentation was lost.

P.S.: No such nice view for me here in the city, but I know what you mean!

On 11/21/2013 04:17 PM, anne-ology wrote:
        When I attempted to open this URL, a block popped up stating there
was some infected element so didn't recommend continuing  ;-(

        Therefore, I was unable to view your page;
            if your system is actually clean, then maybe it's some
incompatibility between systems  ;-)
            if your system is really infected, then I would suggest that be
your first project  ;-)

        BTW - I've always enjoyed the scenic views in your lovely,
snow-capped, mountainous country.

From: <>
Date: Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 3:32 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Paragraph indentation lost

Hello All,

I'm working on a document in LibreOffice Writer (Version: Build ID:
410m0(Build:2) on openSuse 13.1), and having the problem that the
indentation of the first line of a paragraph disappears when I insert two
pictures side by side. The indentation is fine if I only have one picture

Like in this example:

What am I doing wrong?

A cry for help and
greetings from Austria

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