Created attachment 108507 [details]
test file and exported PDFs
Problem description: Test file has two checkboxes. 1. active 2. not active. When the test odt file is exported to PDF, the checkmark changes in design.
Steps to reproduce:
1. open test file
2. use LO PDF export button
3. open PDF
1. LO PDF export: active checkbox changes from a checkmark to an x (using a font that looks a bit like handwritten)
2. OSX print dialogue PDF export: active checkbox changes from a checkmark to an x (looking like a normal x, so a different font than LO pdf export applies is being used)
Expected behavior: a checkmark should stay a checkmark and no fonts should be changed to display an active checkbox.
This is on OSX 10.10, LO 184.108.40.206.
Confirming on osx 10.10 with master
Build ID: 6ba8b7f5eacac969e4781d63718083a05491b1bc
TinderBox: MacOSX-10.10@61, Branch:master, Time: 2014-10-24_01:13:49
What I do notice however is that the tick box in the pdf has both a tick and an x, which is why it looks weird. You can see this if you zoom in and let the mouse pointer remain on it when mouse button is pressed.
Created attachment 135469 [details]
print showing file, result with "Create PDF form" checked in export dialog, and result without
my results from Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha0+
Build ID: 368b583b992f2e9cad46c2362c9529a07c36d7a9
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.10; UI render: default; VCL: gtk2;
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@70-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2017-08-10_02:55:46
Locale: nl-NL (nl_NL.UTF-8); Calc: group
Checking "Create PDF Form" on export produces a proper result.
Not doing that, shows garbage
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1. Open the attached odt document
2. Remove "Checkbox active" and "Checkbox inactive" strings.
3. From Main menu, Follow Forms->Design Mode
4. Right-click first checkbox and choose "Control" context menu
5. In the "General" Tab, you will see Label property set to Makierfeld
6. close the dialog.
7. Right-click second checkbox and choose "Control" context menu
8. In the "General" Tab, you will see Label property set to "Makierfeld 2"
9. close the dialog.
10. Export this file As PDF with "Create PDF Form" Option turned off
11. See what is written next to the checkboxes in the resulting PDF
regarding x sign in a rectangle if we export a control to PDF, I believe this is intentionally made to be drawn in a simple way.
but surprisingly (at least to me), no rectangle as well as check mark was drawn in pdf even if I removed the '|| ( pPDFExport != nullptr )' part.