Issue 76560

Summary: pasting a numbered list will create one numbered paragraph too less
Product: Writer Reporter: discoleo <discoleo>
Component: codeAssignee: AOO issues mailing list <issues>
Status: CONFIRMED --- QA Contact:
Severity: Trivial    
Priority: P3 CC: issues, jr, kpalagin
Version: OOo 2.2Keywords: numbering
Target Milestone: ---   
Hardware: All   
OS: Windows 2000   
Issue Type: DEFECT Latest Confirmation in: ---
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Description discoleo 2007-04-20 21:45:32 UTC
Create a numbered list, e.g.:

'The LIST starts after this' <= COPY UP TO HERE
1. something
2. something: <= COPY FROM HERE UP TO (see above)

'Creating a new LIST through COPY/PASTE' <= PASTE HERE

=> RESULTS:
'Creating a new LIST through COPY/PASTE'
3. something
second something <= ERROR: is NOT a list element

See attached odt document for the example.

NOW, delete both 'second something' and '3. something', and write instead:
1. here should start a new list <= PRESS ENTER AFTER THIS

RESULTS:
<tab> 'here should start a new list'
<tab> 1. <= THIS IS EMPTY and the text is above, without NUMBERING
Comment 1 discoleo 2007-04-20 21:46:40 UTC
Created attachment 44575 [details]
File showing BUG and Description how to reproduce
Comment 2 kpalagin 2007-05-29 11:07:45 UTC
Confirming first statement with 2.3m211 on WinXP - as described.
Comment 3 michael.ruess 2007-05-29 12:51:16 UTC
MRU->OD: create a list as follows:
-------
TextTextText
    1. first numbered para
    2. second numbered para

TextTextText -> paste list here
-------

select from end of second list para to end of first "TextTextText", copy and
paste at end of second "TextTextText"-> the second paragraph will not be numbered
Comment 4 Mathias_Bauer 2007-12-03 14:49:16 UTC
according to release status meeting -> 3.x
Comment 5 jr 2009-10-18 20:44:15 UTC
setting keyword "numbering"
Comment 6 Marcus 2017-05-20 11:15:38 UTC
Reset assigne to the default "issues@openoffice.apache.org".