Created attachment 81046 [details]
Doc file to reproduce the issue.
OS: Open SUSE Linux 12.1
LibreOffice Version: 188.8.131.52 (download from LO website)
I use following command to convert a doc to html:
libreoffice4.0 --headless --convert-to html:"HTML (StarWriter)" maths.doc
In the output, some graphics object are displayed as black-out GIFs like this:
If I open libreoffice and use "Save as" HTML function, it is displayed correctly like this:
I think both method are using the same filter.
I try the command on a Mac (OS X 10.7.5, LO version 184.108.40.206). It works well. Both methods can generate correct GIFs.
Here is another thread about this issue:
Setting status to NEW as the detail provided in my answer in the related AskLO thread would seem to confirm this issue. Note that is it the vector objects in the attached DOC that are not surviving the headless conversion. Why they survive the Save As... process (which I thought would use the same filter) seems to indicate there is obviously something different between the two processes.
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Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha1+
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Wrong version, meant to say:
Ubuntu 15.04 64-bit
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