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Jack Wallen wrote
Has anyone witnessed this strange happening?

I was working with the formatting of a book, using a template created by 
Createspace. This template has worked perfectly until 5.0. However, 
while working with it, I noticed text started disappearing (see attached 
image). I could remove the formatting of the text and it would 
reappear... only to immediately disappear the second I reformat. It 
seems to be randomly happening.

I can't attach the file this is happening to, because the book has yet 
to be published. I can, however, attach the blank template.

I wound up having to install the LibreOffice from the default Elementary 
OS repo (LO 4.2) which worked just fine.

Could you be more specific? Under which OS? Were you using 5.0.5 or
Did you test the latest stable build i.e. 4.4.5?

Using any branch until it reaches release x.x.3 or x.x.4 for production is
usually a bad idea (because of regressions) unlike what marketing says...

The User mailing list does not allow to add attachments to the emails, but
you can attach files to the Nabble topic if register

If the same template doesn't cause that problem in 4.2 then it is a
regression and should be reported in

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