Steps to reproduce:
1. Draw a shape in PowerPoint
2. Save ( ex: attachment 116696 [details] )
3. Open in Impress
4. Save ( ex: attachment 116697 [details])
5. Close and reopen in Impress
Note the round-tripped file has a thicker line width
This maybe to related to the fact the file is corrupted, Bug 92221
Yep, 0,07 cm instead of 0,04 cm.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 184.108.40.206.alpha1+
Build ID: 3ecef8cedb215e49237a11607197edc91639bfcd
TinderBox: Win-x86@62-merge-TDF, Branch:MASTER, Time: 2015-06-19_23:16:58
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI)
When values get changed on roundtrip, it's often a OOXML transitional vs OOXML 2013 default that needs to be set/changed. Moggi fixed a bunch of these with his recent OOXML chart export fixes. Could that be the case here?
Adding Andras who's been improving the DrawingML export filters.
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.01" -> .03"
Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha0+ (x64)
Build ID: bf80bbb7b75febc2769d6b64e6981224982f8fe2
Created attachment 139744 [details]
Triangle created in MSO 2007 correctly imported with 2pt line width
In the .pptx file, by changing \ppt\theme\theme1.xml
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="9525">
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="25400">
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="38100">
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="6350">
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="12700">
<a:ln algn="ctr" cmpd="sng" cap="flat" w="19050">
I was able to fix this issue.
The TO: are the defaults MS Office 2013, and 2016 uses. MS Office 2007 uses the old FROM: defaults. Our pptx importer correctly reads and uses these values, but they are lost on export.
Created attachment 139745 [details]
Triangle created in MSO 2016 correctly imported with 1 pt line width
Here is a 2016 file to compare the theme1.xml
You have been working on the exporter. Is this something you could take a look at?
Preserved the color attribute in themes.
On roundtrip, shapes with the default, 1 pt., line width are still being changed to 2 pt. in
Version: 18.104.22.168.alpha0+ (x64)
Build ID: 5e8cd8683d345b75297994b3f7aab851835eb124
If a manual width is specified, line widths are correctly preserved on roundtrip.
Created attachment 147030 [details]
We have retested this problem and it seems to be fixed in version 6.1.2.
(In reply to Luke from comment #0)
> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Draw a shape in PowerPoint
> 2. Save ( ex: attachment 116696 [details] )
> 3. Open in Impress
> 4. Save ( ex: attachment 116697 [details])
> 5. Close and reopen in Impress
> Note the round-tripped file has a thicker line width
Still repro, reverting status change.
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