Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||Line breaks differ between Linux and Windows|
|Status:||CLOSED NOT_AN_OOO_ISSUE||QA Contact:||issues@sc <issues>|
|Priority:||P3||CC:||issues, jbf.faure, mechtilde, stefan.weigel|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
|Issue Depends on:||96397, 88864, 94387, 107600|
Description mux2005 2009-05-27 11:20:16 UTC
As the attached test document and screenshots demonstrate, line breaks within cells differ between Windows (2000 in this case) and Linux, even when "Use printer metrics for text formatting" is NOT ACTIVE. The whole point of printer independent text formatting IMHO is to achieve a look that is consistent among different workstations. If this does not work among different OSes, then the feature is pointless in heterogeneous environments. Furthermore it's confusing in this case because admins will think that unchecking "Use printer metrics for text formatting" is a good thing even though the results would be more consistent with the checkbox set (assuming that the environment is homogeneous with respect to the printers deployed, which is often the case). When "Use printer metrics for text formatting" is DISABLED, then the formatting should be printer AND operating system independent.
Comment 1 mux2005 2009-05-27 11:21:28 UTC
Created attachment 62571 [details] Test document: The cell's line break differs on Windows and Linux
Comment 2 mux2005 2009-05-27 11:22:01 UTC
Created attachment 62572 [details] Screen shot from Windows
Comment 3 mux2005 2009-05-27 11:22:24 UTC
Created attachment 62573 [details] Screeen shot from Linux
Comment 4 jbf.faure 2009-05-31 16:06:58 UTC
Have you tried with different fonts which are installed on both systems ? I your bugdoc font is Arial but in your screenshots it is VBitstream. In OOo 3.x Biststream has been remplaced by DejaVu.
Comment 5 Mechtilde 2010-01-23 13:45:41 UTC
seems to have the same technical reason
Comment 6 Mechtilde 2010-01-23 20:34:41 UTC
similar to esp. 107600
Comment 7 niklas.nebel 2010-04-23 12:29:55 UTC
Default in Calc (without "Use printer metrics for text formatting") is to format for screen display, using the screen's fonts and metrics. This is not the same as Writer's printer-independent formatting, even if the name of the setting is similar.
Comment 8 Mechtilde 2010-05-22 09:06:09 UTC