Issue 123581 - links attach to substrings in a heterogeneous word
Summary: links attach to substrings in a heterogeneous word
Status: CONFIRMED
Alias: None
Product: Writer
Classification: Application
Component: editing (show other issues)
Version: 4.0.1
Hardware: All All
: P3 Normal (vote)
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Reported: 2013-10-30 13:55 UTC by TAB
Modified: 2013-11-04 10:12 UTC (History)
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Issue Type: DEFECT
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file with links (14.26 KB, application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text)
2013-10-30 13:55 UTC, TAB
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Description TAB 2013-10-30 13:55:04 UTC
Created attachment 81843 [details]
file with links

#a: In LnkUnd.odt, highlight ACE (keeping C underlined) and link it to heading Lac.
	#b: ^click A, C or E: go to Lac; OK. Return to 1st page (^Home): ACE now has the colour of a visited link (set in Tools/Options/Appearance), as expected.
	#c: ^click B or D: go to Lbd. Return to 1st page: BD now has the colour of a visited link, as expected.
	#d: Save and reopen LnkUnd.odt. ^click A: go to Lac. Return to 1st page: only A has the colour of a visited link --different from #b.
	#e:^click E: go to Lac. Return to 1st page: E has the colour of a visited link, but C still has the colour of an unvisited link.
	#f: Close and reopen LnkUnd.odt. ^click C: go to Lac. Return to 1st page: only C has the colour of a visited link; A and E still appear unvisited.
	#g: ^click B or D: go to Lbd; OK. Return to 1st page: BD now has the colour of a visited link, as expected.
	Conclusion: behaviour is normal in steps #b, #c and #g. The link to ACE behaves normally only when 'fresh'(#b). Apparently, in the file save&retrieve (#d), the string ACE is învisibly 'split' in parts which each have their own link, simply because C is underlined. This is misleading to the user who, after #d, might try the 'unvisited' links at C and E. The 'homogeneous' string BD behaves normally.
	Same problem with other 'heterogeneous' strings: try 'GHI', where H is italicized.
	I use strings like "EmgCA12b5" as references, and underline some letters, such as C, to distinghish it visually from 'Emg' and 'A'.
Comment 1 Edwin Sharp 2013-11-04 10:12:25 UTC
As given in description

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Comment 2 Edwin Sharp 2013-11-04 10:12:35 UTC
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