This may be legacy behavior and is arguably not a bug.
I can duplicate the problem on FM7 by deleting ordinary (auto-connected) pages that have Flow A content. The pages vanish, and the last visible page has the
solid bottom text frame border indicating that the content is still there.
I haven't played with recovery techniques enough to have specific advice. This happens so rarely that I usually just:
- create a new empty document, importing all formats from the damaged one
- Select All In Flow (A) in the damaged document
- rename the damaged document and archive it
- paste the content into the clone
- save the clone as the original
If this was a bug, then everybody would be dead in their tracks adding content to FM. Your document might be somehow corrupted or perhaps you have mutliple text frames on the page. Did you check the Autoconnect settting on both the Body and Master pages?
First, trry re-applying the master pages. If that doesn't work, then try creating a new document and copy the flow content as Error suggested.
I went back and opened a FM9 document in FM10 and found that the default for auto connect on the left master was also unchecked (we failed top check ALL our master pages). Thus, I believe that FM10 accomodated this issue. I manually changed the auto connect on the left master in FM11 and I can now have new pages added automatically when I copy and paste text/graphics. Thank you very much for all the help.