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ODT example created with LibO 3.5.7
Since LibO 3.6, all headings of my files saved with prior LibO version looked smaller. It still happens with LibO 4.0
I could not realize what was happening until today, that I downloaded LibO 4.0.2 and didn't use the translated UI.
I will try to describe the problem carefully, attaching a ODT file and 3 screenshots.
System: Kubuntu 12.04, with LibO 3.5.7 installed from repositories
The first screenshot shows a file created with LibO 3.5.7 installed from Kubuntu repos. All formating is done through styles.
So, the header has a the "Header style" (translated as Encabezamiento en LibO 3.5 and prior), headings has their conrresponding "Heading styles" (Encabezados), and so for bodytext.
The styles used in this file are:
· Encabezado/Heading: Liberation Sans 14 pts
· Encabezados/Heading 1: 115% of Heading = 16.1 pts
· Encabezamiento/Header: 9 pts
The second screenshot shows this file opened with LibO 4 without the spanish translation. It shows a correct formating of the file, with exactly the same styles as defined in files saved with LibO 3.5.
The third screenshot shows the same file opened with LibO 4 but having already installed the translated UI.
Now, the styles has become
· Encabezado/Heading: Liberation Sans 9 pts (as was Header)
· Encabezados/Heading 1: 115% of Heading = 10.3 pts
· Encabezamiento/Header: doesn't exist
So, the problem is that the spanish translation is using "Header" in place of "Heading". When saving this file with LibO 4 with spanish UI, opening with Lib 3.5 looks also wrong, with the modified styles.
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Screenshot of the file created and viewd with LibO 3.5.7
Created attachment 77461 [details]
Screenshot of the file viewed with LibO 4.0.2 with english UI
Created attachment 77463 [details]
Screenshot of the file viewed with LibO 4.0.2 with spanish UI
Self-assigning. I’m investigating the problem right now, thanks for your bug report.
This bug still present in LibO 4.0.3 on Kubuntu 64 bits.
OK, I’m slowly fixing the translations, and will appear in 4.1. But I think LibreOffice’s styles should not break when translations change, but I’m not a programmer and don’t know how to fix that.
Sorry for neglecting this for so long, but I had a hardware failure and was unable to do any significant work on LibreOffice.
May I help in something? I haven't work a lot translating programs, just helped once with the translation of the KDE version of "UFW KControl Module".
By the way, did you find the problem? I mean, what happened?
Hm, I wonder if this is related to bug #61339 - I hope so.
Francisco, thank you for your offer. I think I just need to be more organized, and actually finish my duties :-P
You were correct wrt the translation mixing the terminology up.
Adolfo, firt of all, thank you. And may I ask when this change will be ready? ;-)
I fixed the translations before 4.1 release, but forgot to update this bug :-P But I don't know if your documents will show up correctly, though.
(In reply to comment #10)
> I fixed the translations before 4.1 release, but forgot to update this bug
> :-P But I don't know if your documents will show up correctly, though.
I have checked LibO 4.1.2 today, and the bug is fixed. Thank you very much, Aldolfo!