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the problem documents
the attach documents open in office 2003 correctly but badly in lo
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screenshot in LO
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Screenshot in Office 2003
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I can not reproduce this behavior using Linux Mint 14 x64 with LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 (Build ID: 7e5467ff8f30d821f4fbf69cb2769163eb64c2c) and Version 184.108.40.206.alpha0+ (Build ID: b4966ea69ff0ad6944bd16d8a09ecb27a1704c1).
נוהל נסיעות לחול.docx don't work, but .doc version work with
LO 220.127.116.11 and LOdev 18.104.22.168+ (Build ID: 2a2ada8fcfeb18b91599a8fb09f3c2081e66abe)
on windows 7 Home Premium.
So it's a docx issue.
Have a nice day,
It load correctly on Linux so it's windows only bug.
It's still correct for windows version.
The reason why docx don't work is the use of a special font named Arial(body CS). With Arial font (normal), no issue. Perhaps if you install this font on Windows, you will get the correct wieving for this document.
@Jorendc: Which font is used to replace Arial(body CS) for this document on Linux?
But it test on the same computer on windows so it must include the font since word open it correctly and libre office if I save it in doc.
You are right, Nadav. I found why you have this special setting:
Those are your RtL settings.
The only result here is:
With Word, if I change the font Arial(body CS) for Arial and save the document as docx, I read it on LibreOffice without issue.
@Jacques Guilleron: I think you right about LO doesn't pick the right font, as a similar issue described in bug 64232. I guess that LO tries to use 'Calibri' font instead of 'Arial', and because 'Calibri' doesn't contain Hebrew letters at all, it shows squares instead. It's a known UniScribe behavior, that sometimes it returns the .notdef glyph (It's from where the square comes) when requesting a missing glyph.
But the current issue is about something else, as even if LO for some reason can't display some characters, it still should give the user a readable document, as it does on Linux.
Arial (Body (CS)) is a UI name for Arial font, because it comes from the document theme.
Obviously is should be imported as Arial by LO.
*** Bug 71982 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Fixed by the patches of Bug 64232. Tested with a master build with Build ID: 4c539fac018dfd44cd8db52161a8cb930c627da7.