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[tdf-discuss] [QA] [3.4.3 rc1] pdf exported table upper border may disappear and it is not always printed


Hi Everyone,

I'm not sure that this is a bug, but I think so. I just test again it with the new 3.4.3 rc1 build, italian localization.
There is a long ago bug (sure since 3.3.x).

Before creating an issue I used to compare myself with you.
I have attached two very small files to this mail.

If you open the pdf one and zoom it you may see the upper table border to disappear.

I have tested this and got always the same results on:

- linux x86-64:
-- Evince 2.30.3 (with poppler/cairo (0.12.3) pdf backend);
-- Okular Version 0.12.2 (KDE Backend PDF Versione 0.4.1);

- Windows Vista SP2 HP 64 bit:
-- Adobe Acrobat Reader 10.1.0.

To replicate my bug follow this few steps:

- open the odt file;

- export it to pdf;

- open it on your preferred pdf viewer;

- zoom the upper table border it will disappear soon. ;-)

What do you think about this behavior?

Have a nice evening,

Carlo

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