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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 119318] Accepting secured registered changes
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2012 03:22:13 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=119318

Mohammed Kuranga <kmkuranga@yahoo.com> changed:

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--- Comment #7 from Mohammed Kuranga <kmkuranga@yahoo.com> ---
PLATFORM: MAC OSX 10.7.3
OpenOffice 3.3.0
OOO330m20 (Build: 9567)

I tried the earlier reports on the platform & versions specified above. My
findings are written below.

As Orcmid said this are two different features (or bug).

File > Properties > Security Tab
 To protect/unprotect Record changes password is required, so This is a feature
not a bug

Edit > Chnages
> Show, once new document is created show is ticked (default)
when changes made to the document no difference is noticed.
>record
Now, I went on to tick record and made changes
Noticed that changes were highlighted.
Now untick show and they were not highlighted
Then thick show again and they were highlighted
Up to this point I believe This two features (show & Record) work right.

> protect record
ticked protect record and it immediately prompts password…
made changes and went to accept/Reject
it displays a list of record of changes made (including even before being under
protected mode)
The accept/reject buttons are greyed out.
I believe this is a BUG (It shouldn’t be greyed out…this is the only way to
accept or reject changes)
Now, I untick record but prompts password
Entered password and it automatically unticks protect records also.
Now I can go and accept/reject changes without being prompted for password.
(This part is not a bug because by unticking record you are no longer in
protected mode so its right to allow you accept or reject changes without
prompting password).
Personally, I think the Bug in this features is the fact that the accept or
reject changes buttons are greyed out without even prompting for password.

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