Created attachment 111715 [details]
OSX 10.10.1, LO Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha0+
Build ID: 2d59c0c940ac61240992502256c966b2cb4f9daa
TinderBox: MacOSX-x86_64@49-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2015-01-04_01:16:22
* open .odt file
* save as .doc file
* open with word
Currently (see screenshot):
date on page 1 is shows as:
Expected: date should be shown correctly as in original file
I am aware that there is a ton of other issues with that testfile but one issue per bug is the rule and we'll address the rest in other bugs.
Created attachment 111716 [details]
display of doc file error in word 2011 osx 10.10.1
Confirmed that it still looks like my attachment 109676 [details] in MSO 2013.
Saved using Win 7 64-bit Version: 184.108.40.206.alpha0+
Build ID: 57626f2132f73e4e42b31e364b25c5867336e718
TinderBox: Win-x86@42, Branch:master, Time: 2014-12-26_09:26:33
Looks like the text representing the date in the field is marked as "special". Could someone with the tools investigate this?
Can confirm that this problem exist with LO version 220.127.116.11., Linux Ubuntu 14.10.
This date field is acctually "input field". So maybe the correct title of this error would be "input field ..."?
I tried to reproduce this error in a different way:
1. Insert -> Field -> More fields -> Functions -> Input field
2. For reference I entered "Datum"
4. In a new window, I typed 2012/01/01.
5. I repeated steps 1, 2 and 3 but skipped step 4
6. "2012/01/01" was entered in the field later.
7. Document was saved in doc
8. The filed from step 4 was shown correctly, but field from step 6 was not.
However, when I tried to reproduce this error in a blank document, dates were saved and displayed correctly in doc.
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Unable to reproduce with Ubuntu 16.04/LO 6.0dev. Tested with MSO 2003/2013
(In reply to Justin L from comment #6)
> Unable to reproduce with Ubuntu 16.04/LO 6.0dev. Tested with MSO 2003/2013
Ok, let's close.