Created attachment 165359 [details]
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open attached document
2. Save it as DOCX
3. Open the new generated file
-> The sub levels of point 3 have incorrect spacing. See screenshot
Build ID: 63d4d3421fec5a4e9e88dcee2992cda38cc7452a
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 5.7; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3
Locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8); UI: en-US
[Bug found by office-interoperability-tools]
Created attachment 165360 [details]
Comparison MSO 2010 and LibreOffice 7.1 master after RT
Regression introduced by:
author Justin Luth <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2020-07-27 14:40:55 +0300
committer Miklos Vajna <email@example.com> 2020-07-29 11:59:27 +0200
commit 5ad17c85dc93973c0cbb1d633b9eed144f0677de (patch)
parent 7a38f1817b0568cfbcda9a91dc86eafaba336871 (diff)
tdf#59674 Word export: set a tabstop at numbering IndentAt
Bisected with: bibisect-linux64-7.1
Adding Cc: to Justin Luth
(In reply to Xisco Faulí from comment #2)
> Regression introduced by:
> tdf#59674 Word export: set a tabstop at numbering IndentAt
There is crazy stuff in that example file. If you put the cursor in front of one of the bullet points that starts with "E-mail" and hit tab a few times, you indent several of the following bullet points. Plus, they don't change format.
Specifically related to my patch, it seems like it might have some impact on whether the paragraph has a first-line setting that overrides the numbering style.
There is also something strange about the default tab markers taking effect in this instance, but if you "delete all" even though none are defined, it seems to make a difference?
Farewell numbering. I hate you intensely.