Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||manual page break with style change in masterdocument ignored|
|Component:||code||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Priority:||P4||CC:||esigra, issues, thomas.lendo|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
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Description khn 2004-07-27 11:45:44 UTC
if there is a manual page break with a style change in a document it will be ignored, if you import this document in a master document. both documents based on the same template. steps to reproduce: -> new text document -> insert some text -> insert manual page break, change the page style -> insert some text -> do a page break again (ctrl-enter) -> some text again -> new master document -> link in the first text document. the first two lines will be on the first page. the page style i used, is in my standard template. it is the standard page style , but landscape and with standard page style as next style.
Comment 1 michael.ruess 2004-07-27 11:58:26 UTC
reassigned to ES
Comment 2 eric.savary 2004-08-18 13:52:51 UTC
ES->OS: a manual page break without page style change (i.e. Ctrl+Return) is reflected in a master doc. If a manual page break is done with a page style change, not only the style (correct) but also the break itself is ignored (bug).
Comment 3 meurin 2005-01-04 12:55:51 UTC
Is this issue connected to issue 14253? See especially "Additional comments from dvo Fri Nov 26 11:19:57 -0800 2004" in issue 14253.
Comment 4 lohmaier 2006-08-31 21:58:29 UTC
*** Issue 34475 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 5 lohmaier 2006-08-31 22:00:13 UTC
*** Issue 63783 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 6 lohmaier 2006-08-31 22:05:01 UTC
*** Issue 60326 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 7 lml 2006-09-10 09:13:23 UTC
Hi, Form issue 60326 (a duplicate) there is an important point what I have to add to this issue, because ES have written: "If a manual page break is done with a page style change, not only the style (correct) but also the break itself is ignored (bug)." I think, the correct style-handling of the subdocument is the folowing: If a manual page break is done with a page style change, the style has to be ignored if not exist in the Master Docuemnt, but should have applied if the style is exists (with the same name) in the MD. (Because the style exist in MD and SD and can use different settings, the style of MD should be used.) Without this refinement, the subdocument cannot use different (eg. portrait _and_ landscape) page styles (because otherwise it is not affected in the MD). Larger (sub)documents can contains some landscape pages, and not a good solution to split a subdocument as many parts as many style change in it. So we have to handle better the style changes in SD.
Comment 8 kaulisch 2007-03-06 13:21:49 UTC
I can confirm that this problem still exists in OOo 2.1! I am a little bit shocked about this problem because I would like to you the master document for my dissertation but as this bug remains there is no way to do so. I think this is a real showstopper for using the master document.
Comment 9 lendo 2008-10-17 08:17:47 UTC
Please don't forget this bug as described in comment #3 (es) and #8 (lml): "the break itself is ignored (bug)".
Comment 10 lendo 2009-03-21 14:32:39 UTC
I tested the steps described in the initial comment with OOo 2.4.0, OOo 3.0.0 and OOo-dev 3.1.0 m6 and I think this issue is fixed since 3.0.0. Or do i miss something? Can someone verify this? I will attach 2 archives made with 3.0 and 3.1 to test it.
Comment 11 lendo 2009-03-21 14:35:20 UTC
Created attachment 61089 [details] test files for issue 32141 created with OOo 3.0.0
Comment 12 lendo 2009-03-21 14:36:13 UTC
Created attachment 61090 [details] test files for issue 32141 created with OOo 3.1.0
Comment 13 lml 2009-03-24 12:06:32 UTC
I've tested on OxygenOffice 3.0.1 (Hungarian, win) and Dev310_m7 (En_US, win) and OOo 3.0.0 linux (en_US, 32 bit). The page breaks and styles are correctly applied. If the master document and sub document contains the same page style but different formatting, the master's formatting is applied (viewing from the master). That's OK. But there is one more problem: If you have a master document containing only portrait pages and insert a subdocument with landscape page (the last subdocument page is landscape), the master document's pages will be landscape after the subdocument. I won't say it's a bug, but it's a strange behaviour. Apart from this, the issue is solved in 3.0, the page breaks work well.
Comment 14 perilosergio 2009-03-25 21:11:40 UTC
Not to me.
Comment 15 Marcus 2017-05-20 11:25:00 UTC
Reset assigne to the default "firstname.lastname@example.org".