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Description of problem:
I have a table I am working on and I noticed that sometimes when I
inserted a new row, that new row would default to the default page
font?? instead of inherriting the font from the row above.
I looked into it a little more and noticed that at the far right of
each cell, the default font is set.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a 5 column table
2. Enter text in each cell of a row using a different font than the
3. Using your right-arrow key, move the cursor to the end of the text
in one of the cells. The very last position shows up as the page
4. No try to insert a new row
5. Every once in a while, the new row will have the default font set
in the cells instead of the font you chose.
Once you are at the end of a paragraph (and a cell in a table is no
exception), pressing the right arrow again is a built-in shortcut for
"reset to underlying style." i.e. see
this explain the behaviour you see ?
The problem is not with the shortcut for "reset", the problem is that
when I insert a new row, the new row is created with the "reset" font
instead of the font of the current cell I am in when doing the insert.
Can you create an example .sxw document with an example of a table
which will cause the problem and put your cursor into the place where
you will insert a new row and save the document and attach it here.
Writer saves the location of the cursor in the file, so if I open the
document here and do a insert->row without moving the cursor I'll see
exactly what you do.
Created attachment 106286 [details]
OO Bug example for insert row bug
Ok, I went to insert a row while I was in the middle of a cell, and the row
below was created with a different font. I attached the file.