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on first page 2 Fontworks: unbold and bold, and same text without Fontwork. On second page screenshot of first page.
On Linux I have created Fontwork (Wordart) using font URW Chancery L. I used letters ABCDF. When they are not bold all is right. But when they bold they look strange.
Experiments show, that strange look not all letters in text, but some. Situation differs when change slant (yellow handle in bottom of text).
On windows no problem. On Linux OpenOffice the same problem.
In attached file on first page 2 Fontworks: unbold and bold, and same text without Fontwork.
On second page screenshot of first page.
on LibreOffice 3.3.1 problem still exist
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reproduced on LibO 3.5.0 beta 1
With LibO 3.5 RC 1 it is working for me. (Win 7 x64
PS: Screenshot @ page 3
But it is Linux specific bug. We need test it only on Linux.
Return status to Unconfirmed
(In reply to comment #5)
> But it is Linux specific bug. We need test it only on Linux.
> Return status to Unconfirmed
Ok, so in order to be able to compare, could you attach a screen copy of actual behavior on your linux box and a screen copy on MS-Windows (as a reference).
In other words : a screen copy for what is expected and a screen copy for what you get.
From my side I do not see a problem with your bugdoc in LO 3.5.0 rc2+ under Ubuntu 11.10. Page 1 seems identical to page 2.
Best regards. JBF
Created attachment 56315 [details]
screenshot on Windows (see first page)
Created attachment 56316 [details]
screenshot on Fedora 64 bit (see first page bottom)
Font used in Windows is not 'URW Chancery L'.
There is only "Medium Italic" variant of "URW Chancery", hence everything else would be generated from that one.
To properly compare you need to copy windows version of the font into linux.
May be it means that problem is in font and not in office. Alas, I have no Windows today for experiments.
I don't think it's a font problem (other than that embolden algo doesn't work nice with such outlines).
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in 3.6.0 problem still exist
On pc Debian x86-64 with master sources updated today, I somehow reproduce the problem.
I mean I don't have the same result as Windows but have thinner/lighter lines on left page.
I also noticed this on console:
warn:unotools.misc:18295:1:unotools/source/misc/mediadescriptor.cxx:744: caught Exception "an error occurred during file opening" while opening <file:///home/julien/compile-libreoffice/bugs/.libreoffice/3/user/template/Sasha.ott>
Now, considering Valek's comment and the fact I know very little about fonts, I don't know if it confirms or not the problem.
never confirmed by QA team - should be UNCONFIRMED.
Marking as NEW.
(In reply to Adolfo Jayme from comment #19)
> Marking as NEW.
Can I ask what is NEW with that one? ;)
There is NO bold version of the URW Chancery L.
If anybody wants to see (near) identical results on different systems, all of the involved systems should have the same set of fonts.
This is not a bug, just wrong expectations of the bug submitter.
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According to comment #20, closing as NotABug.
Best regards. JBF