Open attachment 116752 [details] (a Visio .vsdx file) in LibreOffice 4.4. Observe that in the text box white characters are written with white background (see attachment 116753 [details]). However, in LibreOffice 4.3 the text is white on black background. I wonder, if it is a libvisio bug, or a regression.
Bibisect shows that behaviour changed in this commit range:
Suspicious commits in this range:
2727a6d Changed BColor to Color in TextFooPrimitive2D classes
c2d5c39 Removed assertion in EditCharAttribBackgroundColor
4bfa845 Associated CharBackColor to EE_CHAR_BKGCOLOR
9ab4387 Added Text Fill Color in TextDecoratedPrimitive2D
6c1fc9e Added Text Fill Color in TextSimplePortionPrimitive2D
@Matteo, your commits are involved in this regression, can you please check? Thanks.
I confirm issue in LibO 22.214.171.124 and recent 126.96.36.199 alpha
that file has different look in respect to 188.8.131.52 as Andras described.
@Andras: Is it any better w/ master?
Workaround: you can use the new UI (bug 88276), sidebar or toolbar, to set the background of the text to transparent. Dunno yet if the background is really white and 4.3 just happens to be bug-compatible or if it is transparent and LibO screws it up by importing it as white
(In reply to Katarina Behrens (CIB) from comment #3)
> @Andras: Is it any better w/ master?
attachment 116754 [details] is the reference rendering (in Visio 2013). Master is not better.
LibreOffice is innocent. Libvisio dumps this:
openSpan(fo:background-color: #ffffff, fo:color: #feffff, fo:font-size: 8.0000pt, style:font-name: Calibri, svg:fill-opacity: 100.0000%, svg:stroke-opacity: 100.0000%)
insertText (Standard setup 15.000+ concurrent users on one server)
Note the fo:background-color: #ffffff. It should be transparent. Or the svg:fill-opacity should be 0.
1. When char background is not set, we should not export white.
2. When char background is set, we should export that color, not black (VSDX)
Note: unfortunately transparency is not supported in Draw.
Seeing this good, resolving as fixed