If in a .doc file made by MS Word there are some of pages with portrait orientation and some other ones with album orientation, LibreOffice writer thinks that _every_ page has portrait orientation, which screws up all those pages which had album orientation.
Note that for some reason OpenOffice Writer 3.3.0 handles this correctly.
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not reproducible in LibO 3.5.0 beta 1
my be You have document with specific problem. Please attach file with this problem.
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It would be nice if someone could confirm that this bug still exists or is fixed, since it was auto invalidated.
Sorry for the two comments, but this needs needinfo status...
Please attach a testcase (The document you talked of...)
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A simple Word document.
Coulöd you please try it with LibO 3.6 IMHO it is working here on Windows...
(In reply to comment #10)
> A simple Word document.
Thank you very much for the sample .doc file!
However: what are your results?
If I open your sample .doc file, all LibreOffice versions I have tested show the same results (all tests done on MacOS X 10.6.8 Intel):
1) a portrait page ("Page 1")
2) a portrait page ("Page 2")
3) a landscape/album page ("Album page")
4) a portrait page ("Page 3")
Is this right (then the bug is not reproducible, just as Florian said -- comment #11, cf. already comment #2)?
Or is this wrong?
Or are the results different on Linux?
Thank you for clarification!
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the same file saved as pdf using msWord 2007
in 3.6.0 on Linux it opens wrong, regression (Windows not tested)
But in 3.6.1 may be fixed, not tested yet
Seting status to new due to last comment. Working here on Windows 7 x64 LO 188.8.131.52
in 3.6.1 on Fedora 64 bit works correctly. Changing to WFM