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Tom Davies had de volgende lumineuze gedachte op 12-03-14 16:04:
Hi :)
This wiki might help you post the bug-report
Regards from
Tom :)

On 12 March 2014 12:51, e-letter <> wrote:
On 11/03/2014, Erik Jan <> wrote:
  > I made a document in Libreoffice 4.2.1 Mageia 3 with a few cross
  > references to other footnotes in the document. When I exported the
  > document to pdf some of these references had changed. After saving the
  > document and reopening it the references were still wrong. I tried to
  > correct them, but in vain. I made new cross references, but these also
  > were changed after saving and reopening the file. So I went back to
  > 4.1.5 but the problem remained. Then I went back to 4.0.6. In this
  > version the wrong references were right again.

Looks like a bug, so please submit and confirm the bug number, so
  those interested can subscribe.

  Making references in word-processors is a well-known deficiency.
  Suggest you import the LOwriter odt file into LyX and produce your pdf
  in that program.

In Mageia 3 I uninstalled Libreoffice version 3 and installed from the newest versions available. I did the same with Openoffice before Libreoffce was made. Never had any problem. Now I went back to Libreoffice 4.6 from Mageia itself and I noticed that in the dependency list there were several libraries not coming from Libreoffice. I remember something with sqlite in it. So it is possible that some tasks in Libreoffice are taken care of by external libraries. If so the LO rpm's are no longer complete in themselves, nor are their dependency lists corrected for the new situation.

Does this make sense?



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