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2014/1/12 John King <>

On 09/01/14 15:36, Tom Davies wrote:

Hi :)
It might be worth contacting the openSuSE forums to ask in there,
errr, right now their forums are down for maintenance but will
probably be up by the time you read this.  Jic it isn't this wiki
might be more help

I guess you probably already asked the same question there somewhere.
Also it might be worth posting a bug-report in the oepnSuSE
bug-tracker regardless of whether you get any replies or not.
Regards from
Tom :)

I have now located a bug report on this issue:

It applies to other distributions besides opensuse.  Essentially, if the
option in


is set to 'Automatically save the document too', then untitled/unnamed
files will go into a save loop every few seconds.

I have submitted a confirmation of the bug report, but cannot at the
moment test it out on any version of Windows. Could anyone else check this
and update the bug report?

As a quick test on my current computer (Windows 7 64Bit, LO I did
- Set autosave to 1 minute
- Check the "save document too" option
- Open a new writer document
- Type a few words​​
- Wait a minute. It created an untitled_1.odt file in the backup directory,
and nothing else
- Typed a few more words
- After a while, the backup file updated. No extra files where created, and
LO doesn't seem to go crazy with I/O either.

However I'm not sure that this specific bug report is related. I'll add
these informations nonetheless.

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