1. Open attachment 74944 [details] from bug 60957
2. Save it as .DOCX
3. Open the new .DOCX file
Observed behaviour: Layout has changed. Besides, if the saved document is open in MSO Word it contains 2 pages instead of one
Build ID: 7a1add76d542e9929c1feab9e06949990e236616
CPU Threads: 4; OS Version: Linux 4.8; UI Render: default; VCL: gtk2;
Locale: ca-ES (ca_ES.UTF-8); Calc: group
Regression introduced by:
author Tamás Zolnai <email@example.com> 2016-10-28 15:24:51 (GMT)
committer Tamás Zolnai <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2016-10-28 14:10:41 (GMT)
commit b927c1f4b334f80d2c2965e5b7327d6b6a685105 (patch)
parent 8a22bc93e0988188a87c0a787a9b32a7f74da84d (diff)
tdf#103544: DOCX exp.: Image loss when have a frame anchored to the same para.
Partly revert the commit causes this regression.
I checked the related bugs (tdf#78590,tdf#80748)
intended to be fixed by this commit and reverting
this part does not bring back the corruption.
I guess something changed in frames' and text boxes'
import in the meantime, because this MergeMarks::IGNORE
is useless now.
Adding Cc: to Tamás Zolnai
Created attachment 131842 [details]
MobileClientWorkReport - Customer 533455 Job 4528264.pdf: created by Word 2013
Created attachment 131843 [details]
MobileClientWorkReport_beforeRegression.pdf: output from LO bibisect before the supposed regression
I would not call this a regression. The result of round-tripping this document before Tamás' commit was hardly correct/usable. Primarily, the substitution of the database internals instead of the database record data is the biggest problem in round-tripping.
After the so-called regression, more data is shown (because before it was simply discarded) and thus everything shifts down on the page.
Created attachment 131844 [details]
MobileClientWorkReport_afterRegression.pdf: output from LO bibisect after the supposed regression
According to the previous comment, I remove "regression".
But I don't see the point of this bug. Fileopen is wrong in bug 60957, surely RT will also be wrong. Since Xisco confirmed his own bug, I set back to Unconfirmed for a second opinion.
(In reply to Timur from comment #5)
> According to the previous comment, I remove "regression".
> But I don't see the point of this bug. Fileopen is wrong in bug 60957,
> surely RT will also be wrong. Since Xisco confirmed his own bug, I set back
> to Unconfirmed for a second opinion.
Just for the record, I confirmed my own bug because I bisected and we have a rule of thumb that bisected bugs can be set to NEW automatically.
The round tripping problem - where database fields do not only print the result, but also "User Field XXXXX = " - is likely inherited from OOo.
using linux bibisect43all
-oldest (3.5): opens poorly, saves only a small portion of the doc, and opens with "User Field xxx ="
-last36onmaster: opens poorly, saves OK, and opens with "User Field xxx ="
-last40onmaster: cannot open the test document
-last41onmaster: opens poorly, cannot save the test document
-last42onmaster: opens poorly, cannot save the test document
-last43onmaster: opens better, saves OK, and opens with "User Field xxx ="
When saving as .odt, the field variable is preserved as in the original.
When saving as .doc, only the text of the field value is saved, but the variable itself is lost.
When saving as .docx, both the text of the field name and the field value are saved, but the variable itself is lost.
Created attachment 132906 [details]
UserField.odt: a minimal test document. Field lost when saving as .docx and .doc
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fixed for DOCX in LO 7.0 by commit 676862bb8aa043f116615e5d0dac59254eaa8138
Author: Miklos Vajna on Thu Jan 30 10:21:08 2020 +0100
DOCX export: implement support for user fields
Updating the field doesn't work yet, that'll need additional markup in
If commit is known (thanks to Justin) than it's Fixed, but if it's already in a bug, looks like we may duplicate.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 68140 ***