Created attachment 132839 [details]
1) Open attached document
2) Export document as PDF and compare it with export from MS Word
3) If you dont have MS Word, find exported PDF in next comment
4) Notice how the paragraph line spacing in LO is alot smaller
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Created attachment 132840 [details]
Created attachment 132841 [details]
Word 2007 vs Writer 5.4
Arch Linux 64-bit
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Built on 30th April 2017
raal, aron, xisco: can any of you guys bibisect this regression from 4.1?
Paragraph spacing seems the same in 3.3.0 to me, I don't think it's a regression.
I’d say Word line spacing is at fault here and LibreOffice is rendering the fonts as intended. I don’t believe in bug to bug compatibility with MS Office, and the line spacing changes is intended to fix bug like the ones described in bug 55469 which Word is still suffering from. You can’t have your cake and eat it.
Created attachment 136765 [details]
line spacing difference between 3.3, 4.0 and 6.0
(In reply to Aron Budea from comment #5)
> Paragraph spacing seems the same in 3.3.0 to me, I don't think it's a
check the screenshot.
(In reply to Khaled Hosny from comment #6)
> I’d say Word line spacing is at fault here and LibreOffice is rendering the
> fonts as intended.
Any way to double check this with another app that you know always renders it correctly?
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #8)
> (In reply to Khaled Hosny from comment #6)
> > I’d say Word line spacing is at fault here and LibreOffice is rendering the
> > fonts as intended.
> Any way to double check this with another app that you know always renders
> it correctly?
Firefox (at least on Linux) should be good.
Created attachment 136823 [details]
how highlight looks on KacstBook
(In reply to Khaled Hosny from comment #9)
> Firefox (at least on Linux) should be good.
I compared it and firefox had even a smaller line height and i think its because 1.15 line height in a word processor is calculated differently than a 1.15 in any brower.
I'll leave it up to you to close this bug if you feel the line height is correct, but i did notice that highlighting KacstBook text didnt reach the bottom of yaa or jeem, and at zoom over 180%, letters that go far enough under the line will get cropped like meem, jeem, and yaa.
If you say this is how it should be, then please close this bug.