The issue is that the figure caption (in a frame) is badly converted in word: the frame is intact, but the image is wrapped inside the caption, and need reformatting to a correct display.
Thanks for the report!
Can you please attach a sample file and an image / PDF showing the expected situation?
Maybe your issue is reported already in one of those:
Cheers - Cor
Created attachment 122800 [details]
original file opendocument
Created attachment 122801 [details]
Saved as word document
Created attachment 122802 [details]
pdf file rendered correctly from odt
Sorry for the delay, here are the files
Created attachment 123369 [details]
pdf with screen shots of odt and docx
Thanks for the info Nicolas.
1. The problem.. is more that the image after conversion has a different anchoring and alignment. See my test document.
So I'll update the summary of this report.
2. testing in earlier versions...
Opening the docx or trying to save the odt in docx makes LibreOffice 3.3.4 and 188.8.131.52 crash :)
184.108.40.206 has the same problem. So it's safe to assume this never worked.
Thank you Cor for the precisions: it is indeed an anchoring problem
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Could not reproduce. Saved attachment 122800 [details] as .docx. Formatting and anchoring of the two figures (frames) looked the same in the .docx file as in the original .odt
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Created attachment 155412 [details]
Screenshot of the example file and its docx version in current master
Still present in:
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These are image subtitles placed inside text frames with the images.