With LO 4.1.x, the fonts of the Frutiger family (especially Frutiger LT 45 Light) is displayed with wrong formats. This means: The cursor is not on the place, where I see it, and when I print some spreadsheets with this font in the cells, the printed page looks sometimes completely different. It could be, that the bug is more often, when different fonts are used in the same file.
Probably, this bug is existing because of the change from ATSUI-Framework to Core Text?
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open a spreadsheet document with LO 4.1 on Mac OS X
2. write in some cells text, formulas or whatever (the longer the text, the more often and the more clear I can see the bug)
3. Click later again in this cell to edit the text - the cursor is sometimes shown in the wrong position.
Cursor in the wrong position and calc makes the newlines on the wrong positions (or does not know, how high the cell is)
Everything should be shown in a correct way
Operating System: Mac OS X
Version: 188.8.131.52 release
It is probably obvious, but to be sure I prefer to ask: are you sure that this fonts are installed on your system? You can check that in LibreOffice: select some text that is formated with this font and click on the menu Format > Character then select the Font tab --> It should say that the same font will be used for printing and screen viewing.
Best regards. JBF
Using OS X 10.8.5 I cannot find any Frutiger Font on my system.
Regarding the cursor issue. I remember this bug when the transition was made to CoreText. But it's been resolved for me with the latest LO releases. Could you please check if this problem persists when using Version: 184.108.40.206? http://www.libreoffice.org/download/
(In reply to comment #1)
> It is probably obvious, but to be sure I prefer to ask: are you sure that
> this fonts are installed on your system? You can check that in LibreOffice:
> select some text that is formated with this font and click on the menu
> Format > Character then select the Font tab --> It should say that the same
> font will be used for printing and screen viewing.
> Best regards. JBF
It is written there, that the same font will be used - thus, this could not fix my problem
(In reply to comment #2)
> Using OS X 10.8.5 I cannot find any Frutiger Font on my system.
> Regarding the cursor issue. I remember this bug when the transition was made
> to CoreText. But it's been resolved for me with the latest LO releases.
> Could you please check if this problem persists when using Version: 220.127.116.11?
I've tested it with 18.104.22.168 - and the problem was still existing. I've tested now the same with 22.214.171.124 (RC), and the problem was still existing.
Set status back to UNCONFIRMED as the reporter provided requested infos.
Best regards. JBF
I don't have any font called "Frutiger ..." on my 10.9 OS X system. Are there any "default" fonts this is reproducible with? If so, which?
Can you please provide a test document showing this issue, so this can be tested against and subsequently be confirmed.
Does this still happen with 126.96.36.199?
How about the latest nightly? http://dev-builds.libreoffice.org/daily/master/MacOSX-x86@49-TDF/current/
Setting to NEEDINFO until more detail is provided.
After providing the requested info, please reset this bug to UNCONFIRMED. Thanks :)
JBF/Foss, I can provide the require font (v002.00 in OTF) if necessary for testing. Please send me an email if you feel this will be helpful.
Created attachment 90753 [details]
Screenshot showing Frutiger LT Std (45 weight) displaying as expected
I can't reproduce this bug. Tested under MacOS 10.6.8 with Java build 1.6.0_65-b14-462-10M4609 running LO v188.8.131.52 Build ID: 70feb7d99726f064edab4605a8ab840c50ec57a. Font indicated in comment #0 appears to display/behave as expected.
Created attachment 94424 [details]
calc showing text in an unexpected way
Created attachment 94425 [details]
writer showing text in an unexpected way
OS: DEBIAN 7.4: libreoffice upgraded to 4.1.2 or 4.2 from libreoffice.org the
Frutiger LT 45 Light isn't displayed correct in libreoffice-writer or -calc. Only the top half of the Font is visible. If I'm marking Text with the Mouse, the
mark is beside the words. And the spaces between lines of the same paragraph are different. Typed Characters are displayed after a long delay. (See fotos on comments 9 and 10.)
But if I export the Document to PDF or make a Screenshot, everything is right. If I use the Frutiger with XeTeX everything is OK.
Created attachment 94434 [details]
Testfile from calc
Sent a libreoffice-calc testfile.
It seems there is at least 2 versions of this font, one true-type (ttf) and one open-type (otf). I guess the problem is with the open-type version. Please could you confirm ?
Best regards. JBF
(In reply to comment #13)
> It seems there is at least 2 versions of this font, one true-type (ttf) and
> one open-type (otf). I guess the problem is with the open-type version.
> Please could you confirm ?
There do appear to be two different fonts being used. The font I tested (OTF), which displays OK is named:
- Frutiger LT Std 45 Light
The original post and recent screenshots all indicate a font (TTF/OTF?) named:
- Frutiger LT 45 Light
I do not have this latter font to test.
I am very sorry, that I was away for such a long time.
I'm using the ttf here in the office. The bug is still present, but it's much better than one year before. But as soon as I will see it again, I'll try to make a screenshot.
(In reply to comment #14)
> (In reply to comment #13)
> > It seems there is at least 2 versions of this font, one true-type (ttf) and
> > one open-type (otf). I guess the problem is with the open-type version.
> > Please could you confirm ?
> There do appear to be two different fonts being used. The font I tested
> (OTF), which displays OK is named:
> - Frutiger LT Std 45 Light
This font I don't have...
> The original post and recent screenshots all indicate a font (TTF/OTF?)
> - Frutiger LT 45 Light
This is the font, I have problems with (ttf) and that is used for the screenshots...
> I do not have this latter font to test.
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