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Problem comes from unexpected interference between style categories.

For an unknown reason, character style for "number" symbols in list style Numbering 1" was suddenly changed to *Character_20_style (which is the title of the drop-down menu), causing the zombie behaviour: style was effectively not applied to text but used by a style definition. Whenever LO reinitialised, this style was recreated so that Numbering 1 was complete.

Reverting to standard Numbering 1 definition solved the problem.

Problem comes from unexpected interference between style categories.

For an unknown reason, character style for "number" symbols in list style Numbering 1" was suddenly changed damaged to *Character_20_style (which is the title of the drop-down menu), causing the zombie behaviour: style was effectively not applied to text but used by a style definition. Whenever LO reinitialised, this style was recreated so that Numbering 1 was complete.

Reverting to standard Numbering 1 definition solved the problem.

Problem comes from unexpected interference between style categories.

For an unknown reason, character style for "number" symbols in list style Numbering 1" was suddenly damaged to *Character_20_style (which is the title of the drop-down menu), causing the zombie behaviour: style was effectively not applied to text but used by a style definition. Whenever LO reinitialised, this style was recreated so that Numbering 1 was complete.

Reverting to standard Numbering 1 definition solved the problem.

Problem comes from unexpected interference between style categories.

For an unknown reason, character style for "number" symbols in list style Numbering 1" 1 was suddenly damaged to *Character_20_styleCharacter_20_style (which is the title of the drop-down menu), causing the zombie behaviour: style was effectively not applied to text but used by a style definition. Whenever LO reinitialised, this style was recreated so that Numbering 1 was complete.

Reverting to standard Numbering 1 definition solved the problem.

Problem comes from unexpected interference between style categories.

For an unknown reason, character style for "number" symbols in list style Numbering 1 was suddenly damaged to Character_20_style (which is by the way the title of the drop-down menu), causing the zombie behaviour: style was effectively not applied to text but used by a style definition. Whenever LO reinitialised, this style was recreated so that Numbering 1 was complete.

Reverting to standard Numbering 1 definition solved the problem.