Il 14/01/2011 14:30, Kohei Yoshida ha scritto:
On Thu, 2011-01-13 at 21:51 +0100, Petr Mladek wrote:
I have reproduced the bug with the LO-3.3-rc3 build for SLED11-SP1. I do
not see it with the plain LO-3.3-rc3 build => it is SUSE-specific.
Yup, I did reproduce the problem in the build from SUSE's repository.
Indeed this looks bad.
Cedric, Kohei, I am not sure if it is a bug in Writer or Calc.
This is a Writer table, so it has no relation to Calc's code.
If it could help, I discover this bug reopening a file of mine that I
saved on November 2010 the 10th with this OpenSuSE build:
I take this tag from "meta.xml" obtained unzipping my the odt file,
suggested in this by Renzo Bianchi of the Italian OOo Language Group
(Plio) to whom I also belong as well as Italo Vignoli that you already
know, I suppose. ;-)
Fortunately I succeed in reading the modified cells with AbiWord 2.8.6
(OpenSuSE build too); so may point out some useful information like the
bug may be a rendering trouble or something like that.
that it is caused by the an extra patch from the build/patches
directory. Does it trigger any bell?
First thing that comes to mind is the extra formula support in Writer
table which was still a patch in the build repo& not integrated into
LibreOffice proper. That's probably the only thing that I can think of.
But I think Cedric would be the better person to figure this out.
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