Bug ID: 115557
Summary: FILESAVE DOCX Charts in footnotes multiply with every
save and reload
Version: 18.104.22.168 release
Created attachment 139703
Example file from LO, with 1 chart in a footnote and 5 other footnotes
Charts in footnotes multiply every time a DOCX file is opened or the document
is saved as DOCX.
If a document has 1 chart in a footnote and multiple footnotes, the same chart
will be copied to every footnote in the document. When the document is saved as
DOCX and reopened, the charts will be multiplied by the number of the
So, for example, if a document has 1 chart in a footnote, and 6 footnotes, the
document will have the same chart in all 6 footnotes. When the document is
saved and reopened, every footnote will have 6 charts and the document will
have 36 charts in total.
Saving and reloading the file again will cause 216 charts total.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new document in LibreOffice Writer.
2. Write a short text with multiple footnotes.
3. Insert a chart in one of the footnotes.
4. Save the document as DOCX.
5. Reload the file in LibreOffice, and save it again with a different filename
The number of charts is multiplied by the number of footnotes with every save
Charts shouldn't multiply.
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