Created attachment 116809 [details]
Copper phthalocyanine molecule in vector format
1 Create a docx file
2 Create a EMF file with text. You can use the attached one.
3 link it.
4 Enjoy incorrectly rendered image
N-2 Fix the bug
N-1 Close issue
I can confirm with Version: 22.214.171.124.alpha1+
Build ID: a64999511ae654131d997eec9a3d78478cfc1c75
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@46-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2015-06-22_05:01:17
Created attachment 122578 [details]
(In reply to gobber from comment #2)
> Created attachment 122578 [details]
I can confirm this bug. Using:
LO 126.96.36.199 x64
Text is shifted in libreoffice.
The picture is displayed correctly in openoffice 3.3.0
Problem remains in Libreoffice v188.8.131.52
(In reply to gobber from comment #4)
> Problem remains in Libreoffice v184.108.40.206
I have traced rendering problems with metafiles back to Libreoffice version v220.127.116.11 x86, which is about the last version which displayed vector files correctly in Writer.
I have noticed at different libreoffice versions with a vector line chart the following remarks:
v18.104.22.168: all is ok!
v22.214.171.124: parts of the line are not rendered.
v126.96.36.199: lines are not rendered at all!
v188.8.131.52: lines are rendered ok, yet dotted line information is lost (all lines are solid), and text is shifted.
Version 5.1.2 is still affected.
Adding keyword 'bibisectRequest'.
Second bug is fixed in v184.108.40.206.
First isn't, and was never fine (though it looked wrong in a slightly different way). Removing regression-related keywords.
I just installed 220.127.116.11 and nothing has changed. The Text in the EMF images is completly wrong in size!
I'm a long time user of OpenOffice (since StarOffice 2.0 for Windows) and I'm not aware of any OpenOffice version that has problems with rendering WMF/EMF files.
Because of the good implementation for the WMF/EMF vector graphics rendering, my company has used this format in several tools that generates ODF documents.
Currently we use OpenOffice 4.1.1, just because of this bug. Otherwise we would use LibreOffice.
Hi Joerg, I tested both images with v18.104.22.168, and "graph" (filename: test.emf) looks exactly the same imported in Writer as it is when opened in Paint.
"Copper phthalocyanine molecule in vector format" still looks wrong, that's why the report is still open (and it seems the two issues weren't related).
If you think you got some good examples of this bug, feel free to upload example files, or if you think yours is different, file a new bug report. Even if the title suggests this is some kind of generic bug report, it isn't, and generally each issue is supposed to go in a separate report.
Note that currently there are more than 11k issues open in LibreOffice bugzilla, and unless someone takes particular interest in this, the chance of significant improvement in EMF handling is slim.
Created attachment 132798 [details]
Screenshot of the broken rendering in LO22.214.171.124
For me it looks different, I will attach screenshots how the graphic is rendered by LO126.96.36.199 form. My LO version is:
Version: 188.8.131.52 (x64)
CPU-Threads: 4; BS-Version: Windows 6.1; UI-Render: GL; Layout-Engine: neu;
Gebietsschema: de-DE (de_DE); Calc: group
Created attachment 132799 [details]
Screenshot of the correct rendering in Windows Paint
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