Created attachment 132790 [details]
screenshot of problematic document
Document is too large for the upload, here's a download link: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B78BGwELLf4wVlRMLXlqT2RUdTA
This issue is specific to this document. I usually do not have issues opening docx.
Open the document.
Start scrolling down.
Watch CPU usage massively spike and document become extremely laggy the further down you scroll.
Notice some of the pictures are overlapping
Tried on both 32 and 64bit versions of LO 126.96.36.199
64bit quad core AMD.
Thank you for taking the time to report this issue. Unfortunately with large 2 to 5 MB jpg images, each having 3500px width, there would be CPU spikes to process these images.
One issue that i noticed when opening the image is that its not repaginating correctly, that is why it says 'Page 1 of 3' in the statusbar, and this seems to be caused by the images that are set as 'no wrap' appearing floating over text, so lets try to fix this regression in this bug report.
The worst lag was caused when viewing the overlapping images so hopefully resolving that improves the situation.
But shouldn't image rendering be something handled by the GPU?
Text overlapping can be seen as far back as 4.4, but it got to its current bad state in 5.3. Switching to web view and back to normal view to force the repagination shows the doc as it should be.
(In reply to funk from comment #2)
> The worst lag was caused when viewing the overlapping images so hopefully
> resolving that improves the situation.
Well its 2 large images next to each other so it would be double the process to show them.
> But shouldn't image rendering be something handled by the GPU?
The graphics layer changed in LibreOffice 4.2, so there are still problems that need to be addressed to get it as snappy as it used to be in 4.1.
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funk: the Google Drive link is dead. We now have an upload limit of 30MB, maybe it would fit.
(In reply to funk from comment #0)
> Document is too large for the upload, here's a download link:
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(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #5)
> funk: the Google Drive link is dead. We now have an upload limit of 30MB,
> maybe it would fit.
File is 31MB so it wont fit. The file can be grabbed from the link below.
Created attachment 142625 [details]
I unzipped the DOCX and compressed one of the biggest jpeg file so the whole thing is below the 30 MB limit, but the problem can still be seen. If I tried to compress them all or delete one of them (from the document.xml), the problem vanished.
I examined the document in the oldest and latest commit of the Win 5.3 bibisect repo, but they both had the overlapping problem in the page with the black and white photo. Win 5.2 bibisect repo on the other hand did not show the overlapping problem in its oldest and latest commits.
Hopefully someone will have better luck with a Linux bibisect repo.
Created attachment 148484 [details]
tdf107391_Kharta_Valley-smaller.pdf: how it looks in Word 2010
Using Ubuntu 16.04, we reviewed the history of how LO interacts with Kharta_Valley-smaller.docx (focusing on the black and white image).
-before LO 4.2, it crashed the program while loading.
-in 4.2, the layout was completely wrong with many extra pages etc.
-in 4.3, it looked roughly like how we see it in 5.2/5.3. The text wraps in front of the picture.
-no changed noticed between 5.2 and 5.3 (as an answer to comment 8).
-in 5.4, the pictures have a read error.
-in 6.3 master, the text still wraps behind pictures when it shouldn't.
Removing keyword bibisectRequest, regression since it seems irrelevant - text wrap has never worked well. Removing perf since comment 2 focuses this bug on text-wrap.
It isn't ONLY no-wrap that isn't working right. The black and white image is set to "through/contour" wrap in Word which is translated to Page/Contour in LO, so over-all text flow isn't right regardless of specific setting.
Very important is comment 3 which notes that forced re-pagination works correctly. So that suggests the general logic is fine, and this is just a layout issue triggered under certain circumstances, especially in light of comment 8 where other changes also "fix" the problem.