Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||eps images copied to presentation disappear and turn to empty boxes|
|Component:||editing||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||UNCONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|OS:||Mac OS X 10|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description kswenson 2011-02-24 23:11:54 UTC
Created attachment 75910 [details] the presentation 1. open the attached presentation. 2. drag and drop the attached eps image onto a slide with other images on it. 3. move element of the slide (images or titles) around. all eps images in the presentation will turn to red boxes... the only way to restore the presentation is to save and reload it.
Comment 1 kswenson 2011-02-24 23:12:36 UTC
Created attachment 75911 [details] the image to drag and drop onto the presentation
Comment 2 kswenson 2011-02-25 03:31:36 UTC
This happens after making 5 to 10 edits on any slide... impress is unusable in this state.
Comment 3 alexrotaru 2011-03-05 09:01:27 UTC
I was able to reproduce this bug using the .eps image attached by kswenson and an .eps image exported from OpenOffice Drawing using the latest development build: Dev300m101 (build 9573), on: * SnowLeopard 10.6.6 (MacBook, CPU: Intel Core 2DUO, RAM: 4GB) * Windows Vista Home Premium (Sony Vaio - CPU: Intel Core 2Duo 2.1GHz, RAM: 4 GB) * Windows 7 Ultimate (VMWare 3.1.2,CPU: 1 Processor Core allocated, RAM: 1.5 GB). When using an Adobe Illustrator exported .eps file, the image is correctly displayed both on Mac and Windows (Edit mode ans Slide Show mode). OS differences: * While in Edit mode, there are different behaviors on Mac and on Windows: - on Mac, at first the .eps images are displayed correctly, but after several changes (changed titles/text/pictures of the current slide or other slides), the images are transformed into some red squares, as kswenson says. I wasn’t able to find the exact number of modifications needed to produce the bug. - on Windows (both Vista and 7), the .eps images are displayed as red squares from the beginning (immediately after the file is opened) without any change from the user * While in Slide Show mode, both on Mac and on Windows (both Vista and 7), the images are shown as red empty squares and instead of displaying the picture, the file details are displayed. Changing the .eps file: * The image attached seems to be created with Cairo 1.8.10. * I draw a picture using OOo Drowing (both on Mac and Windows 7) and exported them as .eps (Win_FromOO.eps and Mac_FromOO.eps)-> the same behavior as described above was seen both on Mac and Windows (both Vista and 7). * I used an image created by Adobe Illustrator 7.0 (Altom.eps) and everything seemed to work as expected both on Mac and Windows: - the image is displayed in edit mode even after several changes to the file - the image is displayed in Slide Show mode Changing the image file: * I tried with “classical” image files (.png, jpg) and they seemed to work as expected. Changing the importing way: * I tried to import the image by drag-and-drop onto the presentation or through the Insert > Picture > From File and I disn't see any variations from the described bug. NOTE: I the attachment FilesFor117071.zip you’ll fine: * 1 .eps file exported by Adobe Illustraton - Altom.eps * 2 .eps file exported from OO Drawing - Win_FromOO.eps and Mac_FromOO.eps * 1 .odp presentation that contains t1.eps, Altom.eps and Win_FromOO.eps - Presentation.odp * screen-shots taken on Windows and Mac showing the bug.
Comment 4 alexrotaru 2011-03-05 09:02:54 UTC
Created attachment 76011 [details] FilesFor117071.zip The attachment contains: * 1 .eps file exported by Adobe Illustraton - Altom.eps * 2 .eps file exported from OO Drawing - Win_FromOO.eps and Mac_FromOO.eps * 1 .odp presentation that contains t1.eps, Altom.eps and Win_FromOO.eps - Presentation.odp * screen-shots taken on Windows and Mac showing the bug.
Comment 5 Oliver-Rainer Wittmann 2012-06-13 12:32:52 UTC
getting rid of value "enhancement" for field "severity". For enhancement the field "issue type" shall be used.