Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||Impress doesn't preserve default CTL font for Thai|
|Component:||open-import||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Priority:||P3||CC:||issues, komgrit, samphan, tantai|
|Version:||OOo 2.0 Beta||Keywords:||ms_interoperability|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
|Issue Depends on:|
|Issue Blocks:||41707, 92549|
Description markpeak 2005-07-06 09:22:31 UTC
Step to reproduce 1. In language settings, ensure that CTL is enabled and the default language for CTL is Thai. 2. Create new Impress slide in OOo with some Thai characters. 3. select the Thai characters 4. bring up the Format > Character dialog; the CTL font is shown as Tahoma; change it to Norasi (or some other Thai font available on your system such as Browalia) 5. Save the slide in Powerpoint 97/XP format and exit OpenOffice.org. 6. Open it in MS Powerpoint 2003. See Format > Character dialog, default CTL font field is blank.
Comment 1 markpeak 2005-07-06 09:23:58 UTC
Created attachment 27734 [details] Thai presentation file in Powerpoint 97/XP format (step 5)
Comment 2 markpeak 2005-07-06 09:24:35 UTC
Created attachment 27735 [details] same Thai presentation saved in OpenDocument
Comment 3 christian.guenther 2005-07-06 10:06:55 UTC
One for me (cgu)
Comment 4 christian.guenther 2005-07-26 11:18:30 UTC
Set to new and change the target.
Comment 5 christian.guenther 2005-07-26 11:22:29 UTC
I can reproduce the bug. I changed the CTL and the Western font in the default style. The Western and asian font is changed after importing in PPT, the CTL is not. Please have a look.