underlined comma g y p q or j are stiked
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use a Windows default font
2. Underline text with comma, g y p q or j inside.
comma letters , g y p q or j are stiked... not if you import the same document
in M$ Word online and i suppose M$ Word software.
underline not need to strike letters.
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Same kind of comment made on https://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/59890/underline-spacing/
Same comment can be made on linux version with unbuntu, dejavu sans or lato font names...
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:59.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/59.0
Created attachment 140878 [details]
LO ubuntu sample
Can you give an example how it should looks like?
Underlining in LO is a synthetic calculated generically from the font height reported by font metric. Underline position is _not_ extracted from the font metrics where a conscientious font designer can specify where underlining should be applied.
The strike through of descenders are annoying, as are variable positioning and widths when multiple fonts are used in an underlined sentence, refactoring would be needed to improve this.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 68573 ***
Created attachment 140892 [details]
display diff between LO and Wordpad
Hummmmmmm.... wordpad is able to "unhide" bottoms pixels of letters which can cause troubles.. LO can do that too by knowing position of well-known and used fonts no ?
(In reply to willemijns from comment #4)
> Created attachment 140892 [details]
> display diff between LO and Wordpad
> Hummmmmmm.... wordpad is able to "unhide" bottoms pixels of letters which
> can cause troubles.. LO can do that too by knowing position of well-known
> and used fonts no ?
Nope! But in general typography would be better to be able to manually assign "position" the underline, or to read the underline "recommendation" from each of the fonts in the selected text/paragraph and apply the greatest of them as underline. And stroke weight would need to be handled.
But any discussion belongs on the dupe bug 68573