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Not a developer, just a QA volunteer with some basic triage skills.

One thing to be aware of, is that in reverting to a release earlier than (i.e. the build) is that the issues of references in copied
text  fdo#63553 <>   that
were patched will now again be present.  

Until Devs have an occasion to again revisit the handling anchored
references,  you'll have to decide if the other aspect of reference
corruption is more of an issue for you.


P.S.-- OT,  regards Tom's PM suggestion of having a look at Zotero
<>  . The Zotero Standalone build and its
LibreOffice extension is valid for a more "robust" handling of citations and
references.  Hosted Zotero services are also available via browser plug-in
and a similar LibreOffice extension.  

Unless Thompson-Reuters resumes Endnote support for the
derivatives, the Zotero framework offers the most complete support for
referential citations in LibreOffice.  

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