Created attachment 93860 [details]
Very poor formatting of presentations when using Export as PDF... under OSX 10.9.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open the attached odp in OSX 10.9
2. File > Export as PDF ...
3. Open the resulting PDF in Preview
The attached presentation includes some text in Arial (including some bold, italic, underline) and Courier New.
When exported using LO 18.104.22.168 under OSX 10.8, it renders fine. The output PDF is about 60KB.
When exported using LO 22.214.171.124 under OSX 10.9, the formatting is broken. The output is 1.6MB. Worst is page 5 where the text is in completely the wrong place. However page 3 the Courier New space runs off the end of the page, and page 2 the kerning between characters looks wrong (too much space)
(It's not a problem with Preview: preview under 10.8 renders both good and bad PDFs identically to preview under 10.9)
To generate PDFs the same way as they do under 10.8
Operating System: Mac OS X
Version: 126.96.36.199 release
Created attachment 93861 [details]
Screenshot of page 5 of PDF exported using OSX 10.9
The 1.6MB PDF is too large to be accepted by Mozilla.
@Bug reporter: I fail to reproduce, tested using Mac OSX 10.9 with LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 and 4.1.5.
1) try to reset your user profile (see https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile)
2) Test using 184.108.40.206 or 4.1.5 (http://www.libreoffice.org/download)
That's odd. We are a team working on this, and two of us with OSX 10.9 both experience the same problem; another two working with OSX 10.8 are able to export PDF no problem.
Just to reiterate, it's "File > Export as PDF..." (or the "Export Directly as PDF" button) with this problem. If you Print and then Save as PDF then the quality is fine.
Trying your suggestions:
1. Removing my user profile as per the link you sent doesn't make a difference.
2. Trying other versions:
I couldn't find 4.1.5, but I found 220.127.116.11. This gives the same results.
Install 18.104.22.168: still the same results.
The generated PDFs:
-rw-r--r--@ 1 brian staff 1649318 11 Feb 20:32 Untitled 1-export-del-userprofile.pdf
-rw-r--r--@ 1 brian staff 1649318 11 Feb 20:43 Untitled 1-22.214.171.124.pdf
-rw-r--r--@ 1 brian staff 1649392 11 Feb 20:45 Untitled 1-126.96.36.199.pdf
Aisde: my Mac was upgraded from 10.7 to 10.9; my colleague who experiences the same problem was also upgraded (may have been 10.7->10.8->10.9). Was yours a clean 10.9 install?
We do both have MacTeX installed. However the other people on 10.8 have this too.
Ah dangit. You are right. Looks like I can reproduce right now.
I'm sorry for the noise and thanks for your feedback. My bad.
Tested using Mac OSX 10.9 with LibreOffice 188.8.131.52
Marking as NEW
I have the same problem on Mavericks.
I put my test slide and outputs here
as somehow I had different behaviour using the
X86 or X86_64 version, and maybe a regression...
Hope it might help.
Using the print to pdf option looks:
Latest X86_64 version is distorded while an earlier one was OK.
Bad: Font_test_Impress_LO_B32_184.108.40.206 Build ID- 125e3e788aa207ab80b6f39e74ef57af7e2129b6.pdf
OK : Font_test_Impress_LO_B64_220.127.116.11_Build ID-c63c03decdf780d8fb80823950665b782ec9ecd0.pdf
Have a nice day,
Created attachment 94297 [details]
odp test file
Created attachment 94298 [details]
Correct pdf output with X86_64 18.104.22.168
Created attachment 94299 [details]
Incorrect output with X86 22.214.171.124
Created attachment 94300 [details]
Incorrect output with X86 126.96.36.199
Created attachment 94301 [details]
Incorrect output with X86_64 188.8.131.52
Created attachment 94302 [details]
Correct output with PDF print
*** Bug 75029 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
(I originally created Bug 75029 which has been marked a dup of this one.)
Hard code freeze for 4.1.6 and hence EoL is in about 10 days. Any chance this will get fixed? My organization has standardized on 4.1 and everything works great except this one last problem...
Here is a functional but somewhat laborious workaround.
1. Print... (Cmd-P)
2. In the print dialog box, select PDF > Open PDF in Preview. It opens but with the wrong slide orientation.
3. View > Thumbnails (Option-Cmd-2)
4. Edit > Select All (Cmd-A)
5. Tools > Rotate Left (Cmd-L)
6. File > Save (Cmd-S)
The filename offered is "foobar copy" but you can trim off the " copy".
Result is a sane PDF with correct character spacing and orientation.
*** Bug 77304 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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Formatting is fine in Libreoffice 184.108.40.206 under OSX 10.9.5