Created attachment 97861 [details]
bullet list font styles are not correct
I downloaded the .docx file found at < http://download.microsoft.com/documents/rus/microsoft4you/How_to_license_the_operating_system_Windows_8_new.docx > and opened it in Kingsoft Writer 22.214.171.12480 < http://wps-community.org/download.html > and then saved it as a rtf file. Then i opened the saved file in LibO and on all pages that contain bullet list items, the text isnt correct as the import of styles isnt correct. It should also be noted that number list numbers, which is present on page 3, appear like '10!br0ken!!' rather than '1.'. Tested in LibO 4.1+. Earlier versions are not able to open it.
Created attachment 97862 [details]
list of applied styles
Created attachment 97863 [details]
rtf file created with kingsoft writer
Wow, this looks bad. Tested using Windows 8.1 with LibreOffice Version: 126.96.36.199.alpha1+
Build ID: f4a6837025a293312cbc43b9c527851362f11030
TinderBox: Win-x86@47-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2014-04-26_09:21:18
Looks like a RTF version produced using Word 2013 looks a bit better. So might be also some issues related to Kingsoft Writer.
Nope not an issue related to kingsoft writer as i tested the rtf in word 2010 and it didnt have the same problems.
I've submitted another bug report for the broken numeric list character showing as '10!br0ken!!' issue. bug 78506.
(Win7 Ultimate 64bit)
RTF import alters the paragraph style named "Default".
User changes the font of the "Default" style. User saves document az RTF. Reopens: the font changes back to Times New Roman.
Similar happens with line spacing (changes back to single from any other.
Same with space below paragraph (changes back to 0)
Background color behaves more erratic: it is remains changed (ie red) in the dialog, but the document does not display it.
Other issues are to be invetigated.
The preview of the recent docs at the initial Writer window is correct!
Migrating Whiteboard tags to Keywords: (filter:rtf)
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Created attachment 136572 [details]
applied styles in 6.0
There are 7 styles currently being applied and the document does look close to the original so its a fix for me.