On Monday 26 Jan 2015 19:18:24 Tim Lloyd wrote:
I am assuming this is an existing document. Not new? Any document in
particular or any?
An exisitng ODT, nothing complicated in the file, just text
Is the CTRL-C the first thing you do?
Highlight with mouse then Ctrl-c, the
How big is the text you highlight?
No problems in previous versions I assume!
with one of the 4.3 releases that was just before the 4.4 release but i didn;t
take note of the version.
Any other info would be useful to track this down. I had a go on
Fedora/Cinnamon but I can't break it.
it doesn;t happen every time so unfortunately i can't reproduce at will.
under the 4.3 version i was actually copying text from a browser to paste into
the exisitng Writer document. But on 4.4 i was copying the text from ODT and
the creating a new ODT document to paste into, it created the new empty text
document but that was as far as it got before it died
I think i'll just have to keep my eye on it and see if it happens again
THanks for your reply
On 26/01/15 03:56, ianseeks wrote:
i'm getting a regular issue with opening a writer document, copying some
text (highlight text with mouse and ctrl-c) and when i'm about to do
something with the copied text, the keyboard locks up (num light on) and
the mouse can move about the screen but cannot click on anything. I have
to reboot the system to recover.
Is anyone else having this problem?
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