I created a macro for certain type of documents. This macro checks, and if necessary changes, some properties of a document. I assigned (Tools->Customize->Events) this specific macro to the “Save Document” and “Save Document As” events and saved these settings in the document itself (so NOT in LO).
Sometimes I’m working on 2 documents at the same time. I have the “auto-save” option enabled. Now what happens is that I’m working in document A and all of a sudden I see that within this document, the assigned macro from document B is being triggered, affecting the properties of document A (my document properties got screwed)! So document B is unintentionally changing document A. What I think happens is that document B is being auto-saved which triggers the (“Save Document”) macro … which, by mistake, is executed in document A (since that document is open at the same time). So in short, a macro from another open document fires in the current document, because the other document is being auto-saved. Seems like a serious error.
Windows 7, version: 220.127.116.11