Created attachment 67591 [details]
the MS-Word file with import errors
The attached "Lernwörter 1.doc" contains a lot of wrong symbols in the header (first three lines) and the second table row.
When opening the file with the proprietary app "ThinkFree Write" on my phone, the display seems correct:
- The header only contains the texts "(2. SW.)", "Name:" and "Übe diese Wörter jeden Tag! Lass sie dir auch ansagen!".
- The second table row is empty.
If necessary, I can provide LibreOffice and ThinkFree screenshots.
Btw, I do not know the Word version that was used to generate the doc file.
It is rather common problem with SchuDruck1 font. Apparently it is symbol, which fact confuses LO.
The document layout is wrong also.
So the SchuDruck1 font must be embedded, since "ThinkFree Write" correctly uses it. In that case this issue is a duplicate of bug 42195, isn't it?
Created attachment 108449 [details]
tested under Win7x64 with 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 and recent 188.8.131.52+ master.
bug still present in all versions.
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bug is gone in LibO 184.108.40.206
With LO 220.127.116.11 in Linux Mint 17.3 the document still looks as wrong as in tommy27's screenshot.
sorry, I made a mistake in comment 6.
the bug is still present under Win8.1 x64 using LibO 18.104.22.168 but is fixed using LibO 22.214.171.124.alpha0+
Build ID: 014633f83e44ae8ba33087b6f38e8e253e281969
CPU Threads: 4; OS Version: Windows 6.2; UI Render: default;
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-merge-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-12-15_06:21:44
Locale: it-IT (it_IT)
so, Robert, please test a LibO 5.1.0 RC1 or a 5.2.0 alpha daily build and tell if the issue is gone under Linux too.
if the bug is still present under Linux using 5.1.x or 5.2.x feel free to reopen the bug and change Hardware from "all" to "linux"
Created attachment 122599 [details]
screenshot of different import errors with LO 5.1
Testing LO 126.96.36.199 on Windows 7, the text is now displayed with other wrong symbols, see this screenshot.
Is the issue that you dont have the SchuDruck1 font installed or that LibreOffice isnt rendering it correctly?
Created attachment 128087 [details]
word 2010 pdf
Without the SchuDruck1 font, MS Word substitutes the missing font with the Symbol font.
So telling libreoffice to substitute SchuDruck1 for Symbol in Tools > Options > Fonts solves this issue.
@Robert, @Urmas: Do you know how widely used this font is that we should attempt to fix this issue by default for users? I searched online and could barely find any information about the font or even a downloadable link.
Hello Yousuf, you were asking:
> Is the issue that you dont have the SchuDruck1 font installed or that
> LibreOffice isnt rendering it correctly?
I don't have SchuDruck1 font installed.
In Linux Mint 17, I configured SchuDruck1 to be replaced by "Standard Symbols L" to get a similar effect as yours in Word 2010. But this replacement with Cyrillic glyphs is not useful - people around here can't usually decipher them. (I even did not expect anything else than whitespace to show up, see my original bug summary.)
SchuDruck1 has latin glyphs, see the first example on http://lehrerweb.wien/service/downloads/. This website of the city of Vienna provides this proprietary font for all Viennese teachers.
I was filing this bug report under the assumption that the SchuDruck1 font was embedded into the document, but erroneously not used.
If you can confirm that it isn't embedded, this bug can be resolved as NOTABUG.
(In reply to Robert Pollak from comment #13)
> I was filing this bug report under the assumption that the SchuDruck1 font
> was embedded into the document, but erroneously not used.
> If you can confirm that it isn't embedded, this bug can be resolved as
No the document doesnt have the font embedded.