Created attachment 95083 [details]
Numeration styles broken
Document DOCX prepared in MS Office does not open properly in LO concerning the numeration styles.
Please look at the attached example.
please post a comparative screenshot of that file in MSO and LibO so we can easier spot the differences
Created attachment 95139 [details]
MS Word version
Created attachment 95140 [details]
Created attachment 95141 [details]
thanks for screnshots.
bug reproducible under WinXP 32bit with LibO 188.8.131.52
subnumbers like 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3 etc. are not displayed in LibO which only shows 1.2 and 1.3 etc. numbers.
reworded sumamry notes
could you please try saving the original document in .DOC format under MSO and tell if the numbering issue is present as well or just limited to the .DOCX format?
Created attachment 95152 [details]
DOC file saved from DOCX in MS Office 2003
DOC opened in LO 184.108.40.206 is a complete mess :( No numbering at all and the file size is huge over 1MB ... See the attached DOC file and screen shot from LO
Created attachment 95153 [details]
DOC opened in LO
I confirm issue on 220.127.116.11 with .doc format too and I confirm issue is even worse
bug still present in 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124.alpha0+
Build ID: 9f803ee4b64e11e481ae9bf92ffac7cbf568675a
TinderBox: Win-x86@42, Branch:master, Time: 2014-07-28_06:27:11
Created attachment 119336 [details]
Test docx compared in MSO, OO, LO
Test docx didn't show outline numbering from OO to LO 4.3.
Then, LO 4.4 to 5.1+ shows some incorrect numberings.
Created attachment 119337 [details]
Test document saved as .doc in MSO 2010
Created attachment 119338 [details]
Test document saved as .doc compared in MSO, OO, LO
Test document saved as doc doesn't show outline numbering from OO to LO 5.1+.
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Created attachment 128634 [details]
new screenshot in 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 alpha
bug still present but somehow evolved and improved.
we still not have the same formatting of MS Word but looks like some work has been done. check the new screenshot.
I was referring to Timur's latest screenshot where some subnumbers are lost in 4.4.0.
I confirm that subnumber don't disappear either in .docx or .doc format but show incorrect numbering
i.e. MS WORD
Probably a duplicate of 86905, but marking as depends on...
The numbering is based on the style name (Styl Nagłówek 3 + 10 pt Nie Pogrubienie Wyjustowany Przed: 0 p...). If the style is changed to header3 (which this one is based on) then it works, but styles "based on" header3 don't.
Looks like a duplicate of bug 106541. Using that newer bug since that test document is very simple, and the bug report is clean.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 106541 ***
DOCX is verified fine with 7.0+ and we'll see for DOC in duplicated bug.