Created attachment 64073 [details]
Imported PDF result
See arrows and text position on attached ODG and original imported PDF
Created attachment 64074 [details]
Confirmed in version 4.0.0
WORKSFORME OS X 10.9 LO 184.108.40.206 + 220.127.116.11alpha0+.
Not resolved on 18.104.22.168 Win32
See comment on today attachment.
Created attachment 90607 [details]
Additional comments on wrong import
Created attachment 102905 [details]
Created attachment 102906 [details]
Result of test.pdf import
This is the result importing test.pdf (LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 win32)
- Text is in wrong position
- Continous black lines converted in spotted lines
- Arrows converted in two triangles and a square (The items circled were not imported but manually entered to show the anomaly in the arrows)
Tested with dev build v126.96.36.199.alpha0+
Text position problems: fixed
Spotted lines: fixed
Black rect around arrows: fixed
Which left unfixed is rectangular fill of arrows
(because there is no masking support in LO)
4.3 build seems to have most of this problems fixed too
I confirm that on 188.8.131.52 al fixed except rectangular fill of arrows.
No evidence that this was confirmed by QA team - moving to UNCONFIRMED. Thanks for your understanding.
(In reply to ZioTibia81 from comment #9)
> I confirm that on 184.108.40.206 al fixed except rectangular fill of arrows.
CONFIRMED on LO 220.127.116.11.alpha2 + Ubuntu 14.04
Arrowheads do have weird rectangular-box-fill overlaid them.
Status -> NEW
Bug 86211 contains fix for arrowhead problem
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All fixex except Arrowheads do have weird rectangular-box-fill overlaid them.
I think you should report that separately as it's a very specific sub-set of this bug. Closing as WFM - if you could open that other bug and CC me on it that would be fantastic. Thanks