Using the clipboard, when copying an image area from MS paint to LibreOffice Writer, the image size is incorrect and is resized to a square. Restoring to the original size do not correct this because it seems to have a bad original size.
The problem do not occur when the clipboard image area comes from Gimp. And Gimp seems to paste image area correctly from MS paint. So the problem come from LibreOffice Writer.
So the current workaround if using Gimp instead of MS paint is not possible: instead of doing [Copy from MS paint, Paste to Writer] I have to do [Copy from MS paint, Paste to Gimp, Copy from Gimp, Paste to Writer].
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Please, verify: in last version of LibreOffice still reproducible?
and which windows used?
Today, I tried and failed to reproduce the problem with Libre Office 3.3.3. I don't know which specific conditions made the problem to occur. I installed the 3.5 version and still wasn't able to reproduce the problem.
I will comment more on this bug if I encounter the problem again with 3.5 version.
Thanks for attempt to reproduce bug
Sorry, I just reproduced the problem with version 3.5 using a big image size
The image is a JPEG opened with MS paint. If I just copy small part, the problem doesn't occur. But if I copy the whole image, the image pasted in LibreOffice has wrong ratio.
Created attachment 57862 [details]
Screenshot showing the image size ratio problem
The screenshot shows MS paint window with the big image visible behind the Libre Office 3.5 window containing the pasted image with invalid width/height ratio.
I have been able to reproduce the problem with other big images and I think I have found the problem origin :
- using a big square image (5600x5600), the problem doesn't occur.
- using a rectangular part (5600x3800), the problem occur.
-->> The ratio seems inverted when using clipboard data from MS paint.
Whereas if I use GIMP as intermediate (as described in my first comment) the problem doesn't occur.
Thanks for information
Reproduced in 3.5.0 on Windows XP 32 bit
Steps to reproduce:
0. Start msPaint
1. Change size of picture to width=2000 and hight=1500
2. press Ctrl-A and Ctrl-C
3. start Wtiter
4. press Ctrl-V
5. Notice that now hight is more than width
For additional information:
Reproduced in 3.5.0 on Windows 7 64 bit
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Could not reproduce.
Windows Vista 64
Build ID: f784c932ccfd756d01b70b6bb5e09ff62e1b3285
Bug present in 188.8.131.52.
Changed to RESOLVED WORKSFORME.