Created attachment 60704 [details]
On LibreOffice 3.5.2 Linux, after saving the tabla_normal.docx file in the same format, the equations are lost. The background of the tables is also white instead of being transparent, and the size of the cells seems to be different, causing some of the numbers on the table to be in two lines instead of one.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open tabla_normal.docx file attached
2. Save it on the same format
3. Close LibreOffice and open the file again.
I'm also attaching tabla_normal 2.docx, which is the result of saving tabla_normal.docx in this way.
Created attachment 60705 [details]
tabla_normal.docx after being saved
Build ID: 281b639-6baa1d3-ef66a77-d866f25-f36d45
Running on Windows 7, 64 bit edition
When saving the document tabla_normal.docx as specified, LibreOffice Writer prompts the user that the document contains content/formatting that cannot be saved in the currently selected format. Continuing to save in the same format will yield the same results; however using the ODF format will save the content/formatting appropriately.
(In reply to comment #2)
> LibreOffice 220.127.116.11
> Build ID: 281b639-6baa1d3-ef66a77-d866f25-f36d45
> Running on Windows 7, 64 bit edition
> When saving the document tabla_normal.docx as specified, LibreOffice Writer
> prompts the user that the document contains content/formatting that cannot be
> saved in the currently selected format. Continuing to save in the same format
> will yield the same results; however using the ODF format will save the
> content/formatting appropriately.
The message prompt is the same one that is displayed ALWAYS when saving to a .doc or .docx file. I tried saving this file to the old .doc format and the same message is displayed even if the images were not lost after saving to that format.
Warning a user that there MAY be data loss does not excuse not fixing bugs that cause data loss, especially those caused by poor reverse engineering of a format that almost everyone uses. If nobody wants to improve compatibility with .docx, then at the very least saving .docx files should be disabled on stable versions since it's not even in alpha state.
I've found out that the reason none of the equations and images on that file are saved on .docx is that they're all OLE objects. It seems LibreOffice can't save those objects to .docx.
[Reproducible] with reporter's sample and "LibreOffice 18.104.22.168. German UI/Locale [Build-ID: 7122e39-92ed229-498d286-15e43b4-d70da21] on German WIN7 Home Premium (64bit)
(MS-Specific?) Math object lost
Also a Picture object lost.
It seems more or less all objects will be lost when save as .docx
The sample document has been created with MS Office?
What kind of objects are in the document?
I think the document was created with MS Office, I'm not sure. There are two images, an equation and two tables. The tables aren't lost.
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issue confirmed in LibO 22.214.171.124 under Win7x64: all equations lost after saving and reloading.
equations not lost using 126.96.36.199.alpha0+ (*), however those equations are loaded in different position than 4.2.x and saved with lower resolution in respect to source .docx
(*) Build ID: 870ce1188ef7bfb6e57eed2894a20b2ea30b2225
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2014-04-22_00:13:36
probably related to Bug 51550 (maybe a duplicate?)
Original DOCX is not 100% correctly imported because the 3rd equation is in the table and it should be above the table. If we disregard this, because it can be moved), current status is as follows.
(In reply to ale.carrazzoni from comment #0)
> On LibreOffice 3.5.2 Linux, after saving the tabla_normal.docx file in the
> same format, the equations are lost. The background of the tables is also
> white instead of being transparent, and the size of the cells seems to be
> different, causing some of the numbers on the table to be in two lines
> instead of one.
1. Bug 51550 was about problem with saving OLE objects, and now they can be saved only as images, but that's not the case here. Tested with LO 4.3.3, all 3 equations are saved, so NOT reproduced.
2. "The background of the tables is also white instead of being transparent" is REPRODUCED. So I suggest title be changed to "FILESAVE: table background changed from transparent when saved as DOCX".
3. "some of the numbers on the table to be in two lines instead of one" NOT reproduced.
4. I'd say that we have here also Bug 69647: DOCX import of text and picture (shape?) (wrap involved?) have wrong spacing between them.
Somehow, shapes that have wrap option loose it on import.
> 2. "The background of the tables is also white instead of being transparent"
> is REPRODUCED. So I suggest title be changed to "FILESAVE: table background
> changed from transparent when saved as DOCX".
Or, maybe better, new bug report may be open for this. If it doesn't exist already, I could find only Bug 34585.
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The equations are no longer lost after saving in Libreoffice 5.0.4 Linux, but they are positioned wrong after saving.
thanks 4 feedback.
please open a new bug report about the residual issue
Residual issues are:
- "The background of the tables is white instead of being transparent on save": tables is no-fill, I don't know if that's the same as Bug 34585
- "equations are positioned wrong after saving": equations are anchored "to character" in recent versions, but are still saved "as character"
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