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This time I know for sure: I created a new document, a table, added some data in the table cells, but I want to merge 2 cells on a column. I can merge 2 cells on a column, but if I want to merge the next 2 cells from the next column, Writer crashes. I chose not to recover, I open my document and I can do a single merge, cause at the next merge of the cells, Writer crashes again. And so on. Does someone else has this problem too?

  • Writer is 6.0.3, Linux Mint Cinammon x64. I use an ODT document created in this version of Writer. The table is created in Writer, no MS Word data copied in this document. – OᐯI SᕮᖇGIᑌ Apr 20 '18 at 14:02
  • Cross-posted to ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/152800/…. – Jim K Apr 20 '18 at 20:45
  • @JimK, that site isn't part of the SE network, they just borrowed the concept. There's no issue cross-posting to non-SE sites. But thanks for posting the link; it may come in handy on future LO questions. Additional resources are always good. :-) – fixer1234 Apr 21 '18 at 2:43
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Cannot reproduce. You may want to edit the question to give more precise instructions. But it shouldn't crash, so it sounds like there's something wrong.

According to the website, version 6.0.3 is for the "technology enthusiast, early adopter or power user". To me, that means, Expect bugs. Personally, I would wait for a more stable version before reporting such a bug.

However, the developers may find it helpful if you report potential bugs that have not been reported yet. https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/BugReport.

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