Created attachment 139554 [details]
BS: Mac OS X 10.13.3 ("High Sierra")
Menu font seems to be missing/corrupted.
Tried so far:
- new user account
- vanilla installation (LO)
- vanilla installation (OS & LO)
To no avail.
Is it a recent pb or has it been there since the first install LO?
Did you install any specific fonts?
If yes, for the test could you disable these fonts and give a new try?
@awaschb : please tell us whether or not you have changed the system font. What you are seeing is a failed fallback representation of the font, which might indicate that the system font isn't supported.
Do you have any particular LO language packs installed ?
Didn't change any fonts. The screenshot is taken from a "vanilla" OS install. Nothing changed apart from additionally installing LibreOffice and German language pack. No additional programs, no tinkering with system settings, so it's still default system font "San Francisco".
The font manager shows now errors.
Came recently with upgrade to 5.4. But persists with 6.0. Even after OS reinstall (without any further changes to freshly installed OS).
No repro with
Build ID: 64a0f66915f38c6217de274f0aa8e15618924765
CPU threads: 4; OS: Mac OS X 10.13.3; UI render: default;
Locale: fr-FR (fr_FR.UTF-8); Calc: group
Sorry, no repro either with:
CPU-Threads: 4; BS: Mac OS X 10.13.3; UI-Render: Standard;
Gebietsschema: de-DE (fr_FR.UTF-8); Calc: group
@awaschb : which language/keyboard combination is your OSX system set to ?
Quote from: https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/131310/libreoffice-54-font-gui-problem-just-rectangles-macos/
1. Open Applications / Font Book.app
2. File -> Restore Standard Fonts
3. All non-system/default fonts will be removed and put into ~/Library/Fonts (Removed)
4. Close and reopen LibreOffice; it should work now
5. Optionally: reinstall the fonts from the removed folder and check if it still works; if not, rinse and repeat until you have identified the culprit font. In my case, I had another version of Helvetica Neue installed.
That's the fix (for my machine, that is). Still a bit strange since the test system is a vanilla MacOS installation from scratch. Did Apple b0rg fonts in 10.3.3?
Anyway: many, many thanks and all the best!
Since there's no fix per se, let's put this one as WFM.