It outputs a PDF with strange contents, not as it was supposed to be.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open LibreOffice Math
2.Write this: https://pastebin.com/Qe4eX3CR
3.Hit the button 'Export as PDF' at the top bar (next to the printer and paper airplane icon).
4.See the result PDF.
The PDF is strange. It does not seem like it is correct.
What I have seen in LibreOffice Math screen.
User Profile Reset: No
Build ID: 9d0f32d1f0b509096fd65e0d4bec26ddd1938fd3
CPU threads: 2; OS: Linux 3.16; UI render: GL; VCL: gtk2;
Locale: en-US (en_US.utf8); Calc: group threaded
Reproducible: LO Math exports both the math code and the result.
I'm not sure it's a bug or if it ever worked as you expected.
Workaround: insert the formula in Writer, then export as PDF from Writer.
Best regards. JBF
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When I open the file on macOS both Vanilla as well as 6.3 crashes on export.
But what I wonder is what aspect is to discuss for UX?
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Layout when printed (PDF print)
Tools > Options > Math > Settings > Print Options controls if printing also does the formula text. Let's stick PDF to this option and make it working similar (obviously PDF export and printing are seen as of the same kind).
At least we should not export the formula text, hard to believe it's needed by anyone.
Change in "Tools > Options > Math > Settings > Print Options" is not remembered.
Export to PDF behaves like options are checked.
There was a change, previously they were remembered but without effect. Now, some are remembered some not, also without effect.
Same options can be changed in Print dialog Math tab and it works.
(I reproduced wrong output in Print Preview.
But the next time I didn't. So workaround is to use Print to PDF.)
Further bug here is: when Original size is exported (and formula text is large and is exported), it's cut instead of exported to two pages.
Let's see if there's some fix here, or more. It's easy to open new bugs if not resolved.
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