Created attachment 89790 [details]
Example Text document with embedded Draw document
Embedding a Draw document in a Text Document as an OLE object, and then reducing the scale on the OLE object causes some but not all elements of the Draw document to be misplaced when displayed on the screen. Printing and exporting to PDF work correctly.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a Draw document containing boxed text and connecting lines
2. Insert the Draw document in an Text Document: menu:Insert>Object>OLE Object
3. reduce the scale of the object
* Some elements (lines and open boxes) appear not to be scaled, while other elements (filled boxes, text) are scaled. As a result elements are misplaced relative to each other.
* The embedded Draw document should appear properly scaled with all elements in their correct relative position.
* LibreOffice 4.1.3 for MS-Windows -- bug found
* LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 for Debian Linux 7.0 -- bug found
* OpenOffice 4.0.1 for MS-Windows -- bug not found
Operating System: All
Version: 3.5 all versions
Created attachment 89791 [details]
Example Draw document that triggers the bug
Created attachment 89792 [details]
Example of incorrect screen rendering
Created attachment 89793 [details]
Examle of correct print rendering; should be what screen rendering looks like
Created attachment 99320 [details]
Document with drawing resized
Created attachment 99322 [details]
Document with drawing resized exported to pdf
I can confirm the issue with LibreOffice 188.8.131.52.
Note that the resized diagrams do not appear correctly when the export to pdf option is used.
Updating version - our version field is the oldest version we see the problem, not the last version. We just put comments for that
How did you resize - I just did it two ways and the file came out fine.
1. Downloaded your file "Example Text document with embedded Draw document"
2. Grabbed the corner and resized down
3. Undid the resize
4. Right clicked and went into ole properties
5. Set scale to 50%/45% for height and width
Both show fine - attaching document to show
Created attachment 99422 [details]
File Looking Good Resized
Created attachment 99815 [details]
Screenshot of 184.108.40.206 incorrect rendering of File Looking Good Resized
(In reply to comment #9)
> Created attachment 99422 [details]
> File Looking Good Resized
The file you provided (99422:File Looking Good Resized) doesn't render
correctly to the screen with LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 on Debian Linux 7.0.
See the attached screenshot. Note for example how the
orange/yellow/blue/gray filled boxes are place higher than the lines
that connect to them, thus making them disconnected from the
non-filled boxes below them.
Does this file render correctly in your version of LibreOffice? If so,
which version of LibreOffice are you using and on what platform?
P.S.: file 89790: "Example Text document with embedded Draw document"
is also an example document with incorrect rendering. The resizing is
just not as dramatic as your example. The incorrect rendering can be
seen when comparing 89792: "Example of incorrect screen rendering" with
89793: "Examle of correct print rendering"
Marked as confirmed, per comment 6.
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Now it works ok. Embedded it, scaled down, saved & reloaded and compared with Draw document. WFM.
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