Bug ID: 117024
           Summary: Selecting a form in navigator does not scroll to the
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: release
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: medium
         Component: Writer

Steps to reproduce:
- Create a writer document with two pages (simply to ensure you need scrolling
to view the objects)
- Insert a drawing object/form in the first paragraph, i.e. on page 1. The
anchoring doesn't matter.
- Put the cursor on page 2.
- In the navigator, select the drawing object you just created (in the section
"Drawing objects")

Expected behaviour: the drawing is selected and the part of the page containing
the object is displayed: this happens for all other types of navigator objects
I tested

Actual behaviour: the object is selected, but no scrolling to the page
containing the object occurs. 

This is very annoying in large documents, and could probably be easily mended
by copying code from some other item in the navigator

I put in release, because it's the first I could easily reproduce that;
before that release (or about that) the drawing objects are not named
automatically and therefore are not displayed in the navigator, so you cannot
test the scenario directly. I don't think it worthwhile to test this in former
versions with documents created in higher versions.

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