I have noticed not all of the changes I make to my default template in Writer save. In fact, certain settings don’t save at all (when I close a document and then re-open it, the settings revert back to default).
The one I’m struggling with the most is the area fill (found in Format->Page->Area). I want the default setting to be “none” but every time I close a document, it reverts back to “colour” when I re-open it. I have tried doing this to individual files and my default template.
The strange part is the way it becomes a problem. I have my default “colour scheme” reversed (options->LibreOffice->Application Colours) to be easier on my eyes (what looks to most people and prints as black text on a white page appears on the monitor as white text on a black background). Normally, there is no problem, the area is black and the text is white, but the moment I put an image in my document, the border stays black, but the area turns white and the text turns black.
Every time this happens, I can put things right by going to Format->Page->Area and setting it back to “none” but, as I said, this reverts back to “colour” when I close & re-open the file. Since its simple to fix, it hasn’t been a big problem before, but I started doing work that involves having images in my text documents all the time and the extra steps slows my productivity.
Please either fix this as soon as possible, or reply with a way to fix it myself.
BTW, I’m using LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 (x64) on Windows 10