Created attachment 120526 [details]
The attached RTF document contains a simple table in a footnote. When the file is opened with LibreOffice, the table in footnote is not visible. However, when user hovers the mouse over the footnote area, the table cells appear one by one, and finally the table becomes visible. Table cell dimensions are not the same as in MS Word.
Similar to 95806: same problem in 3.6.6
4.4.3 shows a different problem (more lines in the footnote and the text "This footnote contains a table" is in Cell 1)
and 3.4.4 no table at all.
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Version: 126.96.36.199 (x64)
Build ID: 3d775be2011f3886db32dfd395a6a6d1ca2630ff
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 10.0 Build 18363; UI render: GL; VCL: win;
Locale: de-DE (de_DE); UI-Language: en-US
Another example is RTF attachment 152130 [details].
DOCX was fixed by converting them to floating tables during import/export in https://git.libreoffice.org/core/commit/e11c51eefe8c3210cef2b5850f401ba67a401d01
Bug is fileopen but filesave might be also fixed here, so let's keep together.
Hi Laszlo. I noticed your fix of DOCX tables in footnote (both open and save).
Normally, I'd consider RTF different (I noticed you do just OOXML) but it seems that you fixed open part but not save.
If you can explain, thanks.
tdf#95806 tdf#125877 tdf#141172 DOCX: fix tables in footnotes
Note: previously exporting to RTF and reload the document
resulted an empty document. Now export & reload results the document,
also the table, but with the frame used for as a workaround for the incomplete/bad handling of not-floating tables (table in a text frame)
in footnotes and endnotes.
(In reply to Timur from comment #6)
> Hi Laszlo. I noticed your fix of DOCX tables in footnote (both open and
> Normally, I'd consider RTF different (I noticed you do just OOXML) but it
> seems that you fixed open part but not save.
> If you can explain, thanks.
Hi Timur, previously save & reload resulted an empty document (I checked with the master and LO 6.2), but now it works well (not perfectly, see my previous comment about the exported frame). If you think, you can file a new issue for the remaining/new export problem. Thanks for your feedback!
Thanks, I opened bug in See Also.