I will attach a document (created in MS Word) that Libreoffice cant display properly. I do it just to help developers fix it because contains a huge amount of bugs.
The document comes from a friends homework on "signal digital editing".
Yes, please provide the sample document(s), but pls also give a clear description of what needs improvement. When possible, a screen shot of the situation in Word is great.
Thoses detailed reports have helped developers a lot over the past time to get where we are, and every extra step is good.
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docx with bugs
The file was too large and upload failed. I erased some content. I can not make the description more accurate because there isn't one bug on the docx but multiple. I provide the file to help you determine bugs.
Open it with MS Office 2010 and you can see the differences.
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Document in LibreOffice Writer 184.108.40.206
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MS Word 2013
I am getting similar results on MS Word 2013 and LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 - see attached images. MS Word 2010 looks identical to 2013, so I didn't bother to attach that.
Something is seriously wrong with this document, and it's not obvious whether this is the fault of LibreOffice or something totally different.
Maybe a screenshot from your machine would help here?
maybe the file is corrupt (cause i had to delete content in order to attach it). i will give you external link ( http://ubuntuone.com/3tq4ybEMtKvclYzWvO8wY4 ) so you can get it complete-untouched. i will attach here some screenshots too.
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LibreOffice 4.1 screenshot 1
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LO 4.1 screenshot 2
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LO 4.1 screenshot 3
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MS Word 2010 screenshot 1
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MS Word 2010 screenshot 2
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MS Word 2010 screenshot 3
Hi John -
in the future when bug reporting please
a) provide reproducible steps and any details about your system and LibreOffice version
b) a clear summary of the bug "very bad" doesn't give us much to work with ;)
Trying to reproduce now - thanks for the report
@John - can you attach the untouched one here also? Seems like Ubuntu one is down, we don't like relying on outside infra for attachments because of these kinds of issues.
a)I wish i could but bugzilla doesnt allow files with such size to be uploaded. I will have to delete content again and i dont know how much that affect the document.
b)Sorry for the description.
No worries - thanks for the update
With it behaving weird on MSO 2013 also I have my doubts about the file. Going to request some input.
I can confirm that
1) The document linked from ubuntuone named "complicate docx.docx" is 4.045.510 bytes in size and is a good sample
1) The document attached as "docx with bugs" (file BUG.docx) is the result of saving the original file with some old version of LO (possibly 3.5.7) and is useless for testing
3) Document "complicate docx.docx" loads correctly under MS Office 2010 and even under MS Office 2003 (with file conversion)
4) Document "complicate docx.docx" formatting is broken under LibreOffice 18.104.22.168
5) "LO 4.1 screenshot 3" from the 4th page of the document is a good reference. The schemes on top should be in page 3 (shown in "MS Word 2010 screenshot 3")
6) In addition to all the changes in the position of elements, the screenshots from the Hellenic (aka Greek) LO also show that there is a problem in displaying some math elements E.g. the squares in the formulas in "LO 4.1 screenshot 3" should be an Epsilon or Sum symbol; the vertical curved brackets in "LO 4.1 screenshot 2" are missing (compare with "MS Word 2010 screenshot 2")
7) The missing math symbol problem does not occur in my PC using LO 22.214.171.124 en_US under Windows XP Pro x86 SP3
8) Loading "complicate docx.docx" in LO 3.5.7, 3.6.7 and 126.96.36.199 shows different problems. There were progresses and regressions...
It sounds like this is a lot of bugs in one document. If at all possible it would be nice to isolate the problems and report 1 bug report for 1 problem.
Pedro - am I correct in this assumption? If so, might be best to close as INVALID and narrow down the issue(s) so that it's a functional bug report for our developers. If you think that this is impossible then that's fine, but it's much harder to find a developer to tackle a meta bug than individual bugs.
(In reply to comment #18)
> It sounds like this is a lot of bugs in one document. If at all possible it
> would be nice to isolate the problems and report 1 bug report for 1 problem.
Joel -- I managed to download the entire document from UbuntuOne, so one of us can go through and try to generate some smaller test documents that exercise just a single bug each. I'll try to get to that soon, if you don't beat me to it :-)
For now, I'll leave this open as a reminder to split-up the test cases. Once each of those individual bugs is fixed, the entire document should render properly, and then we can close this bug as well.
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Large docx provided by the OP (user John) originally stored in UbuntuOne
I never received Comment #18 because I was not in CC
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Backtrace of crash on Windows
complicate_docx.docx crashes consistently on Windows, LibO 5.1.
Does not crash on Win LibO 4.4 or Linux LibO 5.1
On the ones that it opens, there are continuing flashes of graphics at the top left of the first page.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit, Version: 188.8.131.52
Build ID: 88805f81e9fe61362df02b9941de8e38a9b5fd16
Build ID: 3ecef8cedb215e49237a11607197edc91639bfcd
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-merge-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-06-19_23:16:58
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI)
Ubuntu 15.04 64-bit
Build ID: 3ecef8cedb215e49237a11607197edc91639bfcd
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@46-TDF-dbg, Branch:master, Time: 2015-06-20_00:06:19
Locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8)
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PDF showing what the document looks like under MS Office 2010
This is a 115 page PDF document. Opening this file in LibreOffice (any version including 184.108.40.206) has so many differences that a PDF is the only way to actually see what the author expects the document to look like.
(In reply to Pedro from comment #23)
> Opening this file in LibreOffice (any
> version including 220.127.116.11) has so many differences that a PDF is the only
> way to actually see what the author expects the document to look like.
Just to make it clear: I meant opening the docx file in LibreOffice, not the PDF.
Problems with rendering exist, BUT:
- it's highly unlikely that any bugs of type "multiple problems/bad rendering", will be fixed
- each issue (section break, paragraph break, text box, picture...) should be reported separately, after a search for already reported bugs
- if bugs don't exist, they should be reported separately, even if they happen with the same file
So, this shouldn't have been confirmed at all. I'll close this one as Invalid.
I kindly ask you to reduce the file to minimum test case for a specific problem (like saving a single page that shows a problem) - if needed multiple times, of course after a search.
Another problem is that LO master 2015-11-03 doesn't open the file (seh exception: access violation), but luckily LO 18.104.22.168 does, so it can be used.
I reported that as Bug 95579.