Buovjaga <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|After switching back from   |After switching back from
                   |another document, the view  |another document, the view
                   |changes so that the cursor  |changes so that the cursor
                   |is in the view, also if the |is in the view, also if the
                   |view was different (same as |view was different
                   |with (auto-) save)          |

--- Comment #11 from Buovjaga <> ---
(In reply to Luke Kendall from comment #10)
> It happens very reproducibly with just .odt files.
> Certainly if your insertion point is in a comment in a .odt doc: if you set
> the insertion point in a comment, and scroll many pages away, then click
> into a 2nd doc (.odt) and then just select the window frame for the 1st doc,
> it scrolls back to the page with the comment with the cursor insertion point.

I could reproduce this, but not in a 100% straightforward way: I had to click
in and out of the comment, then scroll away.

Without a comment I cannot reproduce.

Actually, I was carried away by the addition of (same as with (auto-) save) so
yesterday I tested only the saving.

Cor: based on my experience, I would revert your summary change to the
original. Can you really reproduce without being in a comment in the other

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