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I'm using Writer Version: Build ID:
be4035d00f37c492494fa7860955b6d0868c7f77 on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64 bit Linux

In the course of trying to figure out how to remove index marks from a
Writer document, one of the things I tried was to load the Alternate Search
and Replace Extension, which I had used before. As it turns out, it doesn't
have the capability of finding index marks (the Index Property is for
something else), so it wouldn't have helped me anyway, but while trying, I
ran into a bug I thought should be reported.

I downloaded the latest available version 1.4 (Jan 21, 2014) of the
Alternate Search and Replace Extension, but found that I could no longer
choose items from the drop down list of Properties, as it simply used
whatever it felt like. Not good.

So thinking the new version perhaps had a bug of some sort, I loaded the
version I had used earlier, which was 1.3.2 (July 1, 2013).

Same problem.

Then I ran Writer Version: Build ID:
7bf567613a536ded11709b952950c9e8f7181a4a (I'm using the 4.3 alpha because of
another bug in 4.2, but that's a whole other story). I tried both versions
of the Alternate Search and Replace Extension and they both work fine with
Writer 4.2.

I can only draw the conclusion that something has gotten broken between the
two Writer versions referenced above.

How does this get reported to the developers?

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