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[tdf-discuss] Is this a bug?


All,

BTW, thank you, Pedro, for noticing that this list has been unhelpful
in the past.  If questions like these should go somewhere else,
guidance is welcome.

I notice that Writer merges a bunch of lines into one flowing
paragraph when you do this improbable-sounding sequence of operations
on Linux:
(*) Open a file from MacOS in gedit.
(*) In gedit, copy the text.
(*) In Writer, paste the text.
In the resulting .fodt, the line endings from the original file are
represented by "&x0d;".

The result is ugly and useless, but I am unsure whether it is a bug.
I invite your opinions.

FWIW, I found this behavior while looking at fdo#69679 "EDITING:
Problem in Copy-Paste when text contains characters with code 0Dh"
[1], but I concluded that that report is about something different.
fdo#63319 "EDITING: copy paste text from gedit editor" [2] is a bit
closer, but still different.

Thanks,
Terry.

References:
[1] <https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=69679>
[2] <https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=63319>




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