The attached docx document contains two short horizontal lines near the left border of the page (to show where a printed page may be folded). These lines are not shown by LO.
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The file that triggers the problem
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The file as rendered by LO 18.104.22.168
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The file as rendered by MSOffice
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and LibreOffice 3.3.0
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minimial docx file causing the bug
This is a minimal version of Bsp2.docx containing only one small line. It is rendered in MSO but not in current master of LO.
The line is encoded by
That is a good start for debugging, I think.
Additional info: Opening the file in Office 2013 and saving it (with 2013 standard) resolves the bug. So it looks like the line is an old docx-feature, which is outdated. In order to create a problematic docx I have to save it in compatibility mode.
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minimal file with 2013 standard
the minimal doxc file with the "new" standard (MSO 2013). This is rendered fine by LO. It switched over from a simple "w:pict" to a more complex "w:drawing" command in the xml files.
I noticed that in both minimal files, there is exactly one "SwAnchoredDrawObject" created (and more if I add addional lines). So, the small line is parsed and positioned my LO. I still don't know why one is rendered and the other one not.
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Repro 6.4+. BUt happens only with attached 2007 DOCX. If resaved in MSO, lines are there, as can be seen from DOCX attachment 154280 [details] and as noted in comment 6 and comment 7. So I set to Low.