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          Priority: medium
            Bug ID: 68129
           Summary: ASKLIBREOFFICE: Central elements of AskLibO are
                    overlaying elements of the right side
          Severity: normal
    Classification: Unclassified
                OS: Windows (All)
          Hardware: Other
        Whiteboard: BSA
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
           Version: release
         Component: WWW
           Product: LibreOffice

Created attachment 84080
test set with 3 screen shots

Problem description: 
I observe frequently that elements which should stay in the center part of
I attached 3 examples.

Screen shot 1 ia from

I observed the bug mostly in cases where there was large image uploaded like in
screen shot 2.

Screen shot 2 is from

I don' t know what triggered this bug. Additionally, after closing the the
browser tab and reopening it again the bug disappeared.

Screen shot 3 is from

I observed this so far only once and I don't know what triggered the bug. I
needed to save the comment to make the bug disappearing. 

Firefox: 21.0

Operating System: Windows XP
Version: release

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