Created attachment 78206 [details]
Contains pictures of bug and PowerPoint file.
Microsoft Powerpoint equation object displays with a box around it with an OLE graphic in the middle as in Figure 1 (see attachment file Pictures.pdf). The equation can be moved outside of the box, and the OLE box deleted as in figures 2 and 3.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Download the attachment.
3. Open Libreoffice Impress.
4. File->Open and browse for File.pptx
5. Go to slide 13.
The equation should look like Figure 4 in the Pictures.pdf file.
Also forgot to mention that my OS is Debian 7, Libreoffice is 64-bit, desktop environment is Mate.
I can reproduce this behavior using Linux Mint 14 x64 with LibreOffice 126.96.36.199.
@bug reporter: please report your bugs as UNCONFIRMED, not as NEW. Thanks in advance
Can anyone change this to unconfirmed? I can't seem to.
> Can anyone change this to unconfirmed? I can't seem to.
No need to, it's been confirmed on comment 2. I can confirm that behavior on LO 188.8.131.52 (Win7 32bit)
Perhaps we still need more infos regarding how that equation object created. Is it embedded/grouped with the box or separated? (my suspect is separated)
Perhaps it's a general ole object problem which we can find in many bugs that have been reported?
I didn't make the slides, so I don't know how it was created. But it appears to be a single object when I open it in PowerPoint 2007.
Still present in last 184.108.40.206
Created attachment 114169 [details]
Another example of bug
Sorry for double post, first time.
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Seems to work fine for me with LibreOffice 5.1.2 on Debian 9.