Created attachment 104678 [details]
Cross-References Hidden in Exported PDF
The cross-references inserted and shown in the ODT document exist in the corresponding exported PDF document, but are not shown: the reader cannot see that there is a link behind a group of words within the PDF document.
Cf. attched pictures.
Operating System: Ubuntu
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
Created attachment 104679 [details]
Cross-References Shown in ODT
(In reply to comment #0)
> The cross-references inserted and shown in the ODT document exist in the
> corresponding exported PDF document, but are not shown: the reader cannot
> see that there is a link behind a group of words within the PDF document.
The repro steps and attached screenshots look good, but I can't repro your results without an example ODT. Could you please attach one to this bug report?
(Please change status back to 'UNCONFIRMED' after you attach the document)
I have a guess:
since one of the last versions, LO does not honour the stacking of frames, a frame with text as content - like here - will always be set to top - and covers up everything below - incl. Text with Links - OP should send original ODT for test
I don't understand your guess. Is there a workaround and how can we implement it?
please upload source ODT file and let us retest with 220.127.116.11
- LO Windows 18.104.22.168: same limitation
- Lo Linux 22.214.171.124: same limitation
How difficult is it to reproduce the issue with a 2 words file, one of them being a heading and the other one the cross-reference and exporting it as PDF?
if you wanna speed up QA you should better uplaod such a test file.
we have a lot of UNCONFIRMED bugs to process, so please take your time uploading a test file.
Created attachment 114501 [details]
sample odt and pdf
The attached documents are an exported pdf and the original odt. Viewing the pdf in Sumatra PDF does not show any shading or visual clue except a bookmark for the heading. I don't know if LO's export function has always been doing this. I've looked for, and couldn't find, a setting in Sumatra to see if it is something that can be turned on or off. I don't know how other pdf viewers handle the pdfs from LO.
Build ID: 45e2de17089c24a1fa810c8f975a7171ba4cd432
Now it is confirmed and you have an odt.
(In reply to actionmystique from comment #9)
> Now it is confirmed and you have an odt.
Was your original report about:
1) the link doesn't have a background color
2) the link is not clickable
Because the link in the pdf in attachment 114501 [details] is clickable (+ mouse pointer turns to hand) in Sumatra PDF on Win 7 and Evince on Ubuntu.
Set to NEEDINFO.
Change back to UNCONFIRMED after you have provided the information.
the link doesn't have a background color nor is underlined.
Thanks. I'll actually set this to enhancement and adjust title a bit.