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On 24/11/2021 00:28, Philip Jackson wrote:
Writer in LO in Ubuntu 20.4

The actual operation of changing the anchor point gets completed correctly and I eventually found 
that the easy way to get back to my correct place in the document was simply to hit the up arrow 
key. At first, it was an annoying scroll back up to the right place until I found that a simple 
click of the up arrow key would do the job. But I am puzzled by this behaviour. Any ideas?

This ceased to be a problem today. Solved by another reboot? Probably was something introduced by 
Ubuntu updates 2 days' ago. Those same 'security' updates (mainly of LO) were extensive. They 
downloaded and installed quietly behind the scenes - no reboot required. But I was working in LO 
with Writer and Calc during the download and somewhat later in the day, when opening older 
spreadsheets I discovered they were empty - no contents at all. I quickly figured that it might be 
connected with the updates so I rebooted. Sure enough, that made all my older spreadsheets ok again.

When I had the problem with the images in Writer, subject of this thread, my machine had already 
had a couple of reboots so I didn't suspect the updates. But today, after a 3rd reboot, all is back 
to what I consider 'normal'.

Sorry, list,  - bothered you for nothing.


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