Created attachment 133027 [details]
File containing equations
The file attached to this bug was exported by microsoft word and the equations inside it do not display correctly in LibreOffice Writer.
They display with black question marks instead of some characters.
Created attachment 133028 [details]
screenshot in Linux with LO 5.2.2 - question marks
Created attachment 133032 [details]
screenshot in Windows with Writer 5.3.2 - OK
Equations that were wrong are MathType 5.0 and those that were fine are Microsoft Equation 3.0. MathType 5.0 can't be edited, that's Bug 33590.
Not reproduced in Windows. Looks OK with 5.3.2. Screenshot attached.
Created attachment 133033 [details]
screenshot in Linux with Writer 5.3.0 - braces missing
Reproduced as reported in Linux with 5.1.6 but better with 5.3.0 and master, just braces are missing.
So I'll confirm but also change title.
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Repro in Linux with LibreOfficeDev-220.127.116.11.alpha0_2018-03-22-x86_64.AppImage
On pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today or with LO Debian package 6.4.5, I don't reproduce this. (at least, I have braces at the locations indicated by screenshots).
Timur/Ophir: could you give a new try with 6.4.5?
Created attachment 163861 [details]
File compared LO 6.2+ 7.1+ Linux
I retested in Linux, looks wrong with 6.2+ and OK with master 7.1+.
In older LO I turned off Text Boundaries for braces to be seen better.
I close as WFM, thanks Julien.
Seems also good with 6.2.8 so probably backported to 6.2, reverse bibisect could work with 6.2 or 6.3, and "rebisect" is always nice to pinpoint who fixed it.
(In reply to Timur from comment #9)
> Seems also good with 6.2.8 so probably backported to 6.2, reverse bibisect
> could work with 6.2 or 6.3, and "rebisect" is always nice to pinpoint who
> fixed it.
Just a bonus, essential is the bug is fixed.