I already discussed this bug on OOo lists a long time ago but nobody seems to be able to reproduce it.
Basically, when I try to open a file which path is composed of non ascii characters (I often use Japanese), OOo as well as LO (but not NeoOffice) tell me that the file does not exist.
When I try to save to a path that includes non ascii characters, OOo/LO rewrite the path (file name, folders) so that it does not include non-ascii characters.
I have not been able to identify the cause of the bug. I logged in guest accounts on my machine and the bug was not present. But even after removing all the preferences from my ~/Library/, it was still there.
Run in terminal:
Then try to grad and drop file with NON-ASCII symbol in name. For example "И" (copy it from this message).
LO will say that file does not exists. It is possible to open throught File->Open, but name of file in the window title is damaged. Save also works, but produce messages in the console
(soffice:4826): Gtk-WARNING **: Unable to retrieve the file info for `file:///home/tester8/%D0%A0%D0%B0%D0%B1%D0%BE%D1%87%D0%B8%D0%B9%2520%D1%81%D1%82%D0%BE%D0%BB/%D0%98.odt': Error stating file '/home/tester8/???????%20????/?.odt': No such file or directory
???????%20???? means "Рабочий стол" - russian localisation for Desktop.
If I launch LO without pre-export language, it is all right for files with ASCII, cyrillic and jappanese characters in name at the same time
On the Mac I'm wondering if this is related to FileVault?
With two different user accounts, one with FileVault enabled, one without:
1. create a folder with a special character on the Desktop, in this case Māori (that's a macron above the 'a')
2. open LO and from the start page select a new text document
3. type some gibberish
4. save the file into the new folder on the Desktop
5. on the FileVault protected a/c the folder name will decompose (I'm guessing) into Ma?ori. Under the non-FileVault a/c the file is saved correctly.
This happens irrespective of the 'save' folder being located within the FileVault or not. The LO application is in the main Applications folder (so not within a FileVault).
This also happened under OpenOffice but not NeoOffice. OS X 10.6.7
OS->All: Reported for Linux (Ubu10.04), Mac (OS X 10.6.7) and Win (several) in
37814 and 37917
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Ubuntu 10.04.3 x86
Linux 2.6.32-37-generic Russian UI
Due to Comment 5
Version: 3.4.5, 3.4.6 e 3.5.3.
Plataform: Windows 7 64-bit
Language: Portuguese (Brazilian)
Not Reploducible on Windows XP 32-bit
LibreOffice does not maintain the correct path of the file when using "Save As ..." in a way that at an intermediate level have folder with non-ascii characters (ç, ã, is ô, etc.). Example "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two"
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1) Create the following directory structure: "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two"
2) Note that we have the character "ç" in a folder intermediate
3) Copy a file (document or spreadsheet) into the "Folder two"
4) Open the file copied to the "Folder Two" and select "File > Save as ..."
5) Note that the LibreOffice does not correctly recognize the target directory, which is generally the same source file. In this case, the destination directory should be "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two" but when we have non-ascii characters are used the last folder where a file was saved.
Option 1 workaround:
1) When the dialog box "Save as ..." is displayed, you can manually select the target location, eg "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two"
2) After manually select the target location LibreOffice recognize the correct place for the next time you "Save as ..." is triggered.
Option 2 workaround:
1) If the dialog box is used LibreOffice (Tools > Options ...> LibreOffice > General > Dialog Open and Save > Use LibreOffice dialogs), this error does not occur.
LibreOffice is unable to manage paths with accentuated characters
FILESAVE Save/Save As dialogs use last save folder (not original) with non-ascii path
Original text in Portugês
Sistema Operacional: Windows 7 64-bit
Versão do LibreOffice Testadas: 3.4.5, 3.4.6 e 3.5.3.
Idioma: Português (Brasil)
Problema não Ocorre em Windows XP 32-bit
Resumo do problema:
O LibreOffice não mantém corretamente o caminho de destino do arquivo quando se utiliza o opção "Salvar Como..." em um caminho em que em um nível intermediário temos diretórios com caracteres latinos (ç, ã, é ô, etc). Exemplo "C:\Pasta um\Peças\Pasta dois"
Passos para reproduzir o erro:
1) Crie a seguinte estrutura de diretórios: "C:\Pasta um\Peças\Pasta dois"
2) Observe que temos o caracter "ç" em uma pasta intermediária
3) Copie um arquivo (documento ou planilha) para dentro da "Pasta dois"
4) Abra o arquivo copiado para a "Pasta dois" e selecione "Arquivo > Salvar como..."
5) Observe que o LibreOffice não reconhece corretamente o diretório de destino, que em regra é o mesmo do arquivo de origem. No caso, o diretório de destino deveria ser "C:\Pasta um\Peças\Pasta dois", mas quando temos caracteres não-ascii é utilizada a última pasta onde um arquivo foi salvo.
Opção 1 para contornar o problema:
1) Quando a caixa de diálogo "Salvar como ..." for mostrada, é possível selecionar manualmente o local de destino, por exemplo "C:\Pasta um\Peças\Pasta dois".
2) Após selecionar manualmente o local de destino o LibreOffice reconhecerá corretamente o local de destino nas próximas vezes que a opção "Salvar como ..." for acionada.
Opção 2 para contornar o problema:
1) Caso a caixa de Diálogo do LibreOffice seja utilizada (Ferramentas > Opções ... > LibreOffice > Geral > Caixa de diálogo de Abrir e Salvar > Utilizar as caixas de diálogo do LibreOffice), o referido erro não ocorre.
Can't reproduce with last master branch using Ubuntu 12.10.
Can you test in Ubuntu? If this works, I believe we can change the OS target in this bug :)
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(In reply to dailson.araujo from comment #7)
> Reproduced in:
> Product: LibreOffice
> Component: UI
> Version: 3.4.5, 3.4.6 e 3.5.3.
> Plataform: Windows 7 64-bit
> Download: www.libreoffice.org
> Language: Portuguese (Brazilian)
> Steps to reproduce the problem:
> 1) Create the following directory structure: "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two"
> 2) Note that we have the character "ç" in a folder intermediate
> 3) Copy a file (document or spreadsheet) into the "Folder two"
> 4) Open the file copied to the "Folder Two" and select "File > Save as ..."
> 5) Note that the LibreOffice does not correctly recognize the target
> directory, which is generally the same source file. In this case, the
> destination directory should be "C:\Folder One\Peças\Folder Two" but when we
> have non-ascii characters are used the last folder where a file was saved.
Not reproduced on Win 7 and Ubuntu was reported as working, so closing as WFM.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit, LibO Version: 188.8.131.52
Build ID: 45e2de17089c24a1fa810c8f975a7171ba4cd432