Open several different PDF files with Adobe Acrobat. Select text and choose copy. Move to LibreOffice Writer and choose paste. All instances where the letters "ti" were on the PDF document appear as "..". Example copying the word "Observations" from PDF turns into "Observa.. ons" in Writer.
Created attachment 76399 [details]
PDF document sample
Created attachment 76400 [details]
Writer document sample
Thank you for reporthing this bug,
I can reproduce this bug running LibreOffice 184.108.40.206 on Windows 7.
dev: I used Adobe reader 11.0.02. to open the pdf. It works fine wen pasting to M$ word 2007 and work fine wen copyed from PDF Architect to LibreOffice 220.127.116.11.
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The attached file contains a custom 'ti' ligature, so there is nothing LO can do with it.