I am not quite sure if this is a bug or not. However, to reproduce it, place an image in a document and then try to move it. It steadfastly stays where the cursor was and does not want to be dragged to a new location.
OS version: Linux, Fedora 37, 64 bit
App version: 18.104.22.168 (rpm package)
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I’m trying to reproduce the issue on my Fedora test machine. Would you mind reproducing the issue and make a videofile?
Thank you. Did you have time to test this? If so, what was the outcome?
Anyhow, you can reproduce it quite easily. Here is also a clip as requested.
By the way:
- This function works in both LibreOffice and Apache OpenOffice [latest versions]; and
- Moving the selected image in a fine-tune manner, ie, little by little, by holding down the Alt key and using the arrow keys also does not work…
Thank you for the videofile!
I’ve reproduced the situation, we are looking into it. I will update this thread when we have something to share.
We figured out the situation. The described issue is related to text wrapping feature. Please take a look at this title: Change the text wrapping - ONLYOFFICE
You can change wrapping style, so image will be movable.
Thank you. I can see that.
Can you tell me if this is a workaround or it is built in by design, please?
[I do not have access to alternative office applications right now, but from experience the user should not be concerned about moving a selected image as such?]
I’ve contacted colleagues of mine, they confirmed that described situation is expected behavior. The workaround solution is changing wrapping style.
Sorry for inconvenience.