Created attachment 125979 [details]
thanks for filing the issue.
I do not see a problem when I open the file in 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199
Can you pls attach a screen shot of what is wrong?
Ciao - Cor
Created attachment 125985 [details]
Outlined in red
Changing to unconfirmed
Ah yes, thanks, It's not that much, but..
Simply resizing the image fixes the problem, so this may not be a bug but sloppy formatting from the user who created the document.
Could anyone perhaps check whether this issue occurs in MS Word as well? If the document renders perfectly in Word, it is a bug.
If the same issue occurs in Word, it's sloppy formatting and not a bug.
I don't have MS word to test
Let's return this to UNCONFIRMED until someone can confirm how it looks in Word.
What I can confirm is that it looks the same in LibreOffice 3.3.0 / Windows 7, so it's not a regression.
Created attachment 126684 [details]
Removing comma from Whiteboard (please use a space to delimit values in this field)
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Created attachment 159610 [details]
Microsoft Word2003 - reuniao_3_jubilados.pdf: picture is before text, not behind.
LO shows it the same as Word 2003 does. Not a bug.
Created attachment 159611 [details]
Microsoft Word2016 - reuniao_3_jubilados.pdf: picture is before text, not behind.
Word 2016 also has the text partially hidden. Note that comment 8 used Word Viewer, not an actual version of Word.
wr (4 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the style of text wrapping around this shape. This MUST be one of the following values.
2 Wrap text around an absolutely positioned object (square wrapping).
3 Display as if the shape is not there. The shape appears either in front of or behind the text, based on fBelowText.
C - fBelowText (1 bit): An unsigned integer that specifies whether this shape is behind the text. A value of 1 specifies that the shape appears behind the paragraph. A value of 0 specifies that the shape appears in front of the text and obscures it. If wr is not 3, this field MUST be ignored.
In this document, wr==2, so fBelowText must be ignored. [bBelowText in sw]