[Libreoffice-qa] <Ctrl>+<Z> seem not to lead to an unchanged document in Calc

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[Libreoffice-qa] <Ctrl>+<Z> seem not to lead to an unchanged document in Calc

Hello @ll,
and another one ... :(
1. Open Calc
2. Enter some values like 1, 2, 3 in the first column and 2, 4, 6 in
the second column.
3. Press <Ctrl>+<Z> as long as all values are removed.
4. Press <Ctrl>+<W> to close the window.
The "Save document" dialog opens. But I would expect, that Calc
closes this window without any "Save document" dialog ... :( Is this
a bug or a feature?

Tested with
LO: Version: 4.1.1.2 Build ID:
7e4286b58adc75a14f6d83f53a03b6c11fa2903 and Version: 4.1.2.2
Build ID: 281b75f427729060b6446ddb3777b32f957a8fb, both with
installed Germanophone lang- as well as helppack
OS: Debian Testing AMD64

Could someone else with a different OS/architecture test it as well,
please?
TIA
Thomas.

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Re: [Libreoffice-qa] <Ctrl>+<Z> seem not to lead to an unchanged document in Calc

Hi Thomas

Thomas Hackert wrote
Hello @ll,
and another one ... :(
1. Open Calc
2. Enter some values like 1, 2, 3 in the first column and 2, 4, 6 in
the second column.
3. Press <Ctrl>+<Z> as long as all values are removed.
4. Press <Ctrl>+<W> to close the window.
The "Save document" dialog opens. But I would expect, that Calc
closes this window without any "Save document" dialog ... :( Is this
a bug or a feature?
In fact you just need to type 1 and press Enter. Pressing Ctrl+Z will remove the value but pressing Ctrl+W opens the Save dialog.

IMO this is a bug not a feature. If you save the document and then type 2 in another cell, even if you Undo, it will still ask to save. This means that pressing Enter on a non-empty cell triggers the Save action even if you Undo all actions.

Hope this helps ;)
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Re: <Ctrl>+<Z> seem not to lead to an unchanged document in Calc

Hello Pedro, *,
On Montag, 30. September 2013 15:54 Pedro wrote:

> Thomas Hackert wrote
>> and another one ... :(
>> 1. Open Calc
>> 2. Enter some values like 1, 2, 3 in the first column and 2, 4, 6
>> in the second column.
>> 3. Press
>> <Ctrl>
>> +
>> <Z>
>>  as long as all values are removed.
>> 4. Press
>> <Ctrl>
>> +
>> <W>
>>  to close the window.
>> The "Save document" dialog opens. But I would expect, that Calc
>> closes this window without any "Save document" dialog ... :( Is
>> this a bug or a feature?
>
> In fact you just need to type 1 and press Enter. Pressing Ctrl+Z
> will remove the value but pressing Ctrl+W opens the Save dialog.

that sounded too lazy to me, so I added a couple more numbers ... ;)

> IMO this is a bug not a feature. If you save the document and then
> type 2 in another cell, even if you Undo, it will still ask to
> save. This means that pressing Enter on a non-empty cell triggers
> the Save action even if you Undo all actions.

Thanks for your explanation :) Then I only need to find out, if it
is reported in BZ or if I have to report a new bug ... :(

> Hope this helps ;)

Indeed, it did :) Thank you very much
Thomas.

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Hello Pedro, *,
On Montag, 30. September 2013 15:54 Pedro wrote:
and again ... ;)

> Thomas Hackert wrote
[Calc's Undo does not change the status of a document]
> In fact you just need to type 1 and press Enter. Pressing Ctrl+Z
> will remove the value but pressing Ctrl+W opens the Save dialog.
>
> IMO this is a bug not a feature.

I have reported it to Bugzilla
(https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=69972). Would you be
so kind to confirm it, please?
TIA
Thomas.

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