On 12/01/14 19:38, Cley Faye wrote:
Additionnaly, how did you install LibreOffice on your system? Did you use
some distribution-specific repositories, or got it from the Libreoffice
website ? Maybe there is something opensuse-specific that cause this. If
doesn't happen with the version downloaded from the website, you'll have
report this issue to the Opensuse folks.
I've now done further tests with the distributions I have easy access to.
First of all, a correction. When I originally reported this, I thought it
was restricted to opensuse. I have since found the same problem arises on
Kubuntu and Xubuntu with the 4.1 series of Libreoffice, as I have documented
in the bug report on:
In the case of both the ubuntu-based distributions and opensuse KDE and
Gnome, Libreoffice was installed from the distribution repositories (as
recommended on the Libreoffice web site). In all these cases, ticking
Tools-Option-Load/Save-General-Automatically save the document too
results in the constant saving.
However, in Kubuntu and Opensuse 12.3 - Gnome, I deinstalled the repository
provided version and installed the versions from the Libreoffice website to
see if there was any difference. Libreoffice was run with completely new
profiles, and on first run worked fine, not showing any constant saving.
However, after logging out and logging in and rerunning the test, the same
constant saving occurred on every subsequent occasion, so it doesn't seem to
be repository version specific.
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