Issue 22091 - change record versus redo
Summary: change record versus redo
Alias: None
Product: Writer
Classification: Application
Component: code (show other issues)
Version: OOo 1.1
Hardware: All All
: P3 Trivial (vote)
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: AOO issues mailing list
QA Contact:
Keywords: oooqa
Depends on:
Reported: 2003-11-04 09:33 UTC by Unknown
Modified: 2013-08-07 14:38 UTC (History)
3 users (show)

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Issue Type: DEFECT
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Developer Difficulty: ---


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Description Unknown 2003-11-04 09:33:03 UTC
Bug : 
some document modifications are not considered as changes by the change record 

how to produce the bug :

1. create a new document
2. type a word
3. edit->undo 
4. edit->changes->record
5. edit->redo

effective result : 
the redo-ed word is not underlined

expected result :

the document has been modified since the change record were activated so the 
word should underlined

more generally:

there seem to be a lot of "actions" in OO that can chnage the behaviour of the 
whole system but that are not treated as reversible acions : e.g. one cannot 
undo the "changes->record" action...[perhaps the "meta actions" should be 
considered as undo-able]
Comment 1 utomo99 2003-11-12 08:19:16 UTC
utomo > MathieuRoger:
is the Undo/ redo problem only on writer or also in others: Calc,
Impress ETC ? 

utomo > hi:
I think it is framework ? 
and maybe better to change the summary. how about
Undo/Redo not always availabe for many actions
Comment 2 guido.pinkernell 2004-02-01 13:56:18 UTC
Comment 3 h.ilter 2004-02-02 16:15:53 UTC
Reassigned to ES
Comment 4 eric.savary 2004-05-11 11:50:29 UTC
ES->DVO: Please evaluate
Comment 5 eric.savary 2004-05-11 11:51:05 UTC
target changed
Comment 6 andreas.martens 2004-06-22 10:25:13 UTC
Because of a shortage of resources we have to retarget this issue to OOo later. 
Comment 7 Rob Weir 2013-07-30 02:15:36 UTC
Reset assignee on issues not touched by assignee in more than 2000 days.