Case 1: Italicized word followed by space that is not italicized will run into the next word with no space between.
Case 2: Italicized word followed by italicized space will behave properly.
Case 2 is a workaround that may not be very obvious to figure out.
Case 3: Italicized word followed by not-italicized character other than a space seems to be fine. I haven't checked all combinations.
I am using LibreOffice Version: 18.104.22.168 (x64)
Build ID: 2412653d852ce75f65fbfa83fb7e7b669a126d64
ePub export is using version 3 with split on page break and a fixed layout method.
I'm using US-English
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Type in a sentence with sporadic italicized words or parts of words with some followed by normal spaces, some by italicized spaces, and some followed by punctuation.
2. File->Export As->Export As EPUB
3. Export as version 3.0
4. Use Fixed layout
Italicized words followed by non italicized space will run on into the next word in the export. A space that is also italicized after the italicized word will be properly presented and the italicized word will not run on into the next word.
Output should follow the formatting as presented whether a space is italicized or not.
User Profile Reset: No
OpenGL enabled: Yes
Created attachment 152447 [details]
Shows some settings and also some italicized words in the document.
I've already done the workaround by italicizing the spaces following italicized words in a document I was working in for someone. I did a search to hi-lite and show italicization. I'm also showing specific export settings here.
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