Created attachment 75722 [details]
the odt file and the screenshot zipped
Ugly rendering with TimesNewRoman size 12, both with and without kerning, clearly visible at 75% (see the odt and the screenshot).
The rendering with Times (and apparently with TimesNewRoman size 11!) is fine.
Does this happen because TimesNewRoman size 12 is the default for a new file?
OOPS! Forgot to mention that the version is 188.8.131.52 release
Hi, can you please reattach the file? It won't open correctly (opens as gibberish). I'll look again when you can do that.
Created attachment 75761 [details]
The odt file in question
Created attachment 75762 [details]
The screenshot in question
The screenshot was done on an iMac 27" (OS 10.6.8)
Hi, thanks for posting the files again. I think it was my fault in the first place- didn't know how to open.
I did take a look at your files, but on Windows 8 using 184.108.40.206. I don't see much difference in font rendering. I think the font is a little blurry, but not as bad as in your screenshot. I want to take a look at it on Linux a little later today.
Thank you for reporting! I'll let you know my findings.
Created attachment 75803 [details]
The rendering appears to be fine when using OpenOffice -- see the screenshot.
I can confirm this, text rendering when "Nonprinting Characters" are enabled is awful. Characters jiggling and kerning is not proportional.
Hi, I didn't realize I needed to select non-printing characters, initially. After I did that, I can confirm the kerning of the font on Ubuntu Linux as well, using 220.127.116.11+.
Platform: Ubuntu Linux x64
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The bug is NOT present for me.
Mac OS 10.6.8, LO 22.214.171.124.