Created attachment 128886 [details]
EPUB and converted DOCX file
With the program Calibre i have converted a *.EPUB file to *.DOCX.
When open this DOCX some text with center/right alignment the LO Writer show this as left alignment.
OpenOffice and MS Word show this correct.
The author from Calibre means thats a LibreOffice bug.
I attachment the EPUB and converted DOCX includes screenshot.
OS: Linux, Siduction (Debian/sid)
Confirmed with v184.108.40.206 under ubuntu 16.04 x64.
I aligned center & right and saved as docx and compared.
The right align (for example) [<w:jc w:val="right"/>] is in the original in styles.xml. In the LO saved one it's in document.xml.
Created attachment 128892 [details]
Re-Aligned with Libreoffice
If you open the old and the new file with wordpad, it doesn't seems to make any difference. Wordpad seems the read the aligns from both style.xml and/or document.xml just fine.
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This bug ist fixed in LO 220.127.116.11
Thanks for retesting with the latest version.
Setting to RESOLVED WORKSFORME as the commit fixing this issue hasn't been identified.