Created attachment 165075 [details]
Sample source DOCX
Attached sample. I'm not sure if this is a valid DOCX, it was first created in LO and then resaved in MSO, it opens fine both in MSO and LO, so I guess it is.
If opened in LO and saved as DOC, opens fine in LO but 4th chart is missing in MSO. Seen in screenshot attachment 165072 [details].
Repro with LO 7.1+ and previously LO 5.0.6. No repro LO 5.0 beta. Regression.
Save as DOCX is OK.
Correction: repro LO 5.0 beta and 4.3, no repro 4.2.
Correction: repro LO 5.0 beta and 4.3, no repro 4.2.0 beta.
I tried to bibisect in Linux 42max but failed, oldest saves no charts, latest saved 3 charts. I assumed there should be 4 charts somewhere in between, but I didn't see it.
Created attachment 165079 [details]
Sample saved with LO 420 beta
(In reply to Timur from comment #2)
> Correction: repro LO 5.0 beta and 4.3, no repro 4.2.0 beta.
> I tried to bibisect in Linux 42max but failed, oldest saves no charts,
> latest saved 3 charts. I assumed there should be 4 charts somewhere in
> between, but I didn't see it.
You could try checking out latest and then git checkout HEAD~1000 or similar to go backwards.
I did try, in vain, couldn't find the working LO in Linux.
Regardless of bibisect, please confirm the bug.
Confirmed with MSO 2013
Version: 184.108.40.206.alpha0+ (x86)
Build ID: abcc4eb907661e07ad850ccce7eb06f129da4286
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 6.3 Build 9600; UI render: Skia/Raster; VCL: win
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI); UI: en-US
Aron, if you can reproduce, could you do bibisect in Windows? Thanks.
I bibisected the change in Windows to the following commit.
Probably not a regression in the traditional sense, but might be useful information nevertheless.
author Miklos Vajna <email@example.com> 2013-11-22 16:34:18 +0100
committer Miklos Vajna <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2013-11-22 16:59:56 +0100
cp#1000016 DOCX/RTF import: fix RemoveLastParagraph() on Windows
That's why I couldn't find working commit in Linux.
This is commit d077117c6c82a4118fa6df15ffee3148db43bf74 (tag: source-hash-a56bfe734a7bed40a175e0eeb7e86e7006a83f83) from 4.3, but commit before also doesn't work. So this is Windows-only change which is not a regression. Thanks.
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In MS Word 2010, I can see all four images. Is this a duplicate of bug 108772 which only affects 2013+ (which sometimes can't see the last paragraph).