Version: 220.127.116.11 / LibreOffice Community
Build ID: 40(Build:1)
CPU threads: 2; OS: Linux 5.15; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3
Locale: en-US (en_US.utf8); UI: en-US
It’s about how master document and first page of first subdocument gets presented on screen.
Problem central point - first page of first subdocument in Writer window with master document open (a) has one text line less than same page of that subdocument open in another window sub-document file stand-alone (b).
(a) is Writer window with .odm open while (b) is Writer window with .odt of first subdocument open.
Lot of formatting parameters in styles and similar which are of significance for vertical dimension were checked, char, paragraph, styles, font types and sizes, etc. All those checked are mathematically identical side by side comparison.
One can however see the string of text has small bit font size. Maybe tiny difference
of one line in character vertical size accumulates at end of page to one whole line. All this at same zoom level windows a as b. Why can’t one have in master file view not the same presentation as in single-file view?
There are also 3 footnotes first page. Footer, header, footer and header, footnote styles had been checked too . For first page the header is disabled, footer enabled.
Attached screenshot presents bottom right corner of text area and footer right end. Those 3x whitespaces pushed by Writer out of text and footer areas do these matter for this problem? Line ending with letter e is last text area line, then the footer starts.