Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||Bold Asian characters in vertical writing got rotated.|
|Component:||code||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||ACCEPTED ---||QA Contact:|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description tora3 2006-07-10 16:27:54 UTC
Phenomenon: See a snapshot attached. Asian characters in vertical writing should not be rotated. Bold one, however, got rotated. Reproduction: Solaris 10 x64/x86 with Japanese language support LANG environment variable: ja_JP.UTF-8 Desktop: Java Desktop System (JDS) Target: OOo_2.0.3rc7_060622_Solarisx86_install_ja_wJRE.tar.gz 1. Open the bugdoc.odt attached and confirm the direction of characters.
Comment 2 tora3 2006-07-10 16:34:36 UTC
Created attachment 37629 [details] Its appearance on the display
Comment 3 tora3 2006-07-10 16:35:47 UTC
Created attachment 37630 [details] Its appearance in PDF format
Comment 4 tora3 2006-07-10 16:40:50 UTC
One additional thing. The direction of characters in PDF format seems correct, but italic, vertical one is rendered from left upper to right bottom, which looks a little bit confusing. The curve might be expected in an opposite way.
Comment 5 tora3 2006-07-10 17:08:43 UTC
Please ignore the comment above, which should be in the issue 67167.
Comment 6 tora3 2006-07-10 17:11:59 UTC
Created attachment 37633 [details] With "export SAL_ENABLE_NATIVE_XFONTS=0", the direction of vertical Asian characters becomes fine.
Comment 7 michael.ruess 2006-07-11 08:16:44 UTC
Reassigned to SBA.
Comment 8 stefan.baltzer 2006-07-17 11:45:54 UTC
SBA->HDU: PLease proceed, thx. Reassigned to HDU.
Comment 9 lohmaier 2006-07-25 01:00:50 UTC
duplicate of issue 24362 please decide which one to keep and close the other one.
Comment 10 tora3 2006-07-25 01:23:38 UTC
This issue differs from the issue 24362. Please do not confuse. A main cause of this issue seems to come from an unexpected behavior of the font name looking-up system. A user specifies Japanese font in the document, but the system finds a Chinese font, and then the similar phenomenon as the issue 24362 happens. We might need to look into the looking-up system, not a rendering system, in order to solve the problem described in this issue. The issue 24362 sorely points a problem with a font that seems not to have vertical substitution glyphs in it. Thanks.
Comment 11 lohmaier 2006-07-25 12:11:39 UTC
> The issue 24362 sorely points a problem with a font that seems not to have > vertical substitution glyphs in it. Well - and this one seems to be exactly the same - since when I open the document (I don't have the fonts you're using installed), the characters are not rotated...
Comment 12 email@example.com 2006-11-29 09:47:21 UTC
Comment 13 Mathias_Bauer 2007-12-04 12:36:54 UTC
following release status meeting -> target 3.x