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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 121300] "Find & Replace" dialog strange behavior (crash)
Date Sun, 04 Nov 2012 21:01:24 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=121300

Raimond Sinivee <raimond.sinivee@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #3 from Raimond Sinivee <raimond.sinivee@gmail.com> ---
I tried to replicate the problem with AOO 3.4.1 and on Windows 7. 

I found the screen shot file names very useful (visible after downloading). I
see from step 3 image that the AOO is in Master slide view mode and not in
Normal view.

I could reproduce the same situation as on image 3 when I opened Master slide
view and that could be described as collapsed.

1.    I created my own new presentation from template. I use all default
values. I add only name, subject and ideas as last step in wizard. It has 7
slides.
2.    I didn’t save. 
3.    I searched for none existing string (“1”, “asdasd”) and got the same
dialogs (search from beginning -> push/click Yes -> Search key not found)
4.    I dismiss the dialog by clicking OK or any other way
5.    I open Master Slide view. View > Master > Slide Master or Click Master
Pages in the AOO Tasks pane. 

I get the same situation as on step 3 image.

The slides are not visible in Master view by the nature of this feature and to
see the slides the Master view has to be closed from “Close Master View” button
on Master View toolbar which is also visible on image 3. See
http://wiki.openoffice.org/w/images/f/fe/0502IG33-SlideMastersStylesTemplates.pdf.

The step 5 in my comment is several clicks and this makes me hesitate about it. 

Olya, please give more detailed description how you dismiss the “Search key not
found” dialog. Was there possibility that the Master slide view was
accidentally opened here and you, as reporter, were not aware of this and the
behavior of this feature? The slides are not collapsed or deleted in that case
and the view has to be changed back to normal as described above to view the
slides again.

There could be that the slides were still collapsed or deleted, but then please
give screen shot in Normal view to see the affect.

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