Created attachment 80674 [details]
Example 01.doc file
Problem description: Content of a table cells is shifted.
Steps to reproduce: Open a supplied example 01.doc.
Current behavior: In a Writer 4.0.3 yellow field is under green and green is shifted out of the table.
Expected behavior: Yellow data must be under yellow. Green must be under green.
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Created attachment 81123 [details]
Screenshot of corrupted table
This bug is there on openSUSE 12.3:
Linux 3.8.9-5-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT x86_64 GNU/Linux
zypper info libreoffice-writer
I opened someone's DOCX in LibreOffice, modified the table (everything was fine...), save in DOC 2003 (not DOCX) and reopened later.
The content of the first column is mixed with those of the other columns "randomly", leaving empty cells.
The titles of the columns shift to right, the last one (WE) is written the first cell of the next row.
The numbers in percentage are not in their respective places. I am not sure about their right places, may be following the sequence of emptied cells.
Some text format changes.
Second column title should be "AA", last column "WE" (capitalized letters)
The cells contain numbers in percentage
The samr problem
When I open the example 01.doc file from bug reporter I do see that the formatting of the table indeed gets distorted (see screenshot 01 docfile in word and LO).
Jolay: your screenshot is also helpful but without the doc file that screenshot was created from, we won't be able to reproduce and then fix the issue. So if you can, please attach the doc file containing the table in question.
Setting to NEW., OS to ALL.
Still on 188.8.131.52
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