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libreoffice-4.1.1 on linux-x86_64 can't show some images correctly
and are replaced by black rectangles in a .doc file
with libreoffice-220.127.116.11 on windows xp-32 bit I can see some content but not the "true" image
with office word 2003 on windows xp-32 bit the image is shown (I hope at least) correctly
I attach the .doc file and three screenshots which show you what I have just said
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screenshot of libreoffice on linux
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screenshot of libreoffice on xp
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screenshot of word on xp
I see black rectangle with LibO 4.1.1 final under Win7 64bit
which format is that image? can you upload it separately?
how did you insert it in the .doc file? linked? embedded?
unfortunately I haven't created this doc. It's a university file, so I can't give you any further information, at least, which you tell me because I can't contact who created the doc
I know it's not the best way to report an issue but it's better than nothing....
same issue (black image) even with 4.2 alpha Sept.3 build.
treid to extract image from document and open in external sofwares...
it's a WMF file but the extracted version is all black...
it seems that it's corrupted by LibO not only uncorrectly showed
I think that you faced a WMF issue like the ones described in Bug 39327.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 39327 ***
The problem is still exists in LibreOffice 5.4 and LibreOffice 6.1 master
Bug still here with,
Build ID: 6.2.0-3
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.20; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: it-IT (en_GB.UTF-8); UI-Language: en-GB
Anyway, a tiny improvement happens:
1- if you double-click on the image (the black box) and go to "image" tab, there is the image's preview correctly rendered (except for the width/height ratio).
.screenshot attached below.
2- if you export the .doc file as PDF, you will have a table (the image itself is a table) but with black text on black background. Hence, if you select the table content you can read it!
.PDF attached below.
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image's option shows it
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