Issue 86811 - WW8: arabic/hindi numbers instead of decimal numbers - approved
Summary: WW8: arabic/hindi numbers instead of decimal numbers - approved
Alias: None
Product: Writer
Classification: Application
Component: viewing (show other issues)
Version: OOo 2.4.0
Hardware: All All
: P2 Trivial with 76 votes (vote)
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: michael.ruess
QA Contact: issues@sw
Keywords: regression
: 87625 89264 (view as issue list)
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Blocks: 87669 88258 100007 101715
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Reported: 2008-03-08 09:06 UTC by nadavkav
Modified: 2013-08-07 14:43 UTC (History)
14 users (show)

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Issue Type: DEFECT
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decimal numbers are shown in arabic (25.50 KB, application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text)
2008-03-08 09:07 UTC, nadavkav
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revert file sw/source/filter/ww8/ww8par.cxx to its previous version (1.21 KB, text/plain)
2008-04-05 08:16 UTC, hennerdrewes
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simple English with numbers document created with Hebrew MS Word 2003 SP3 on WinXP SP2 (19.50 KB, application/msword)
2008-04-10 13:59 UTC, zoharsnir
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simple Hebrew with numbers document created with Hebrew MS Word 2003 SP3 on WinXP SP2 (23.50 KB, application/msword)
2008-04-10 14:00 UTC, zoharsnir
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Description nadavkav 2008-03-08 09:06:25 UTC
i opened a doc file with decimal numbers and all the numbers are shown in Arabic
numbers. it used to be just fine with version 2.3 (i use debian sid OOo 2.4rc2-1)
i didn't change the "view numbers as..." option ! of OOo preferences.

this is a good view (version 2.3):

this is a buggy view (version 2.4rc2):

and i'm attaching the original document too.
Comment 1 nadavkav 2008-03-08 09:07:44 UTC
Created attachment 51975 [details]
decimal numbers are shown in arabic
Comment 2 michael.ruess 2008-03-10 16:29:01 UTC
MRU->HBRINKM: see attached documents, the numbers are imported as Hebrew symbols.
Comment 3 eshabtai 2008-03-30 11:25:38 UTC
Most of the Hebrew documents are showing Hindi numbers instead of Arabic for me.
Both on Ubuntu 8.10 beta - OO 2.4 RC2.
And on Windows using OO 2.4

Comment 4 dotan 2008-03-30 20:33:33 UTC
Bug is still valid in 2.4 final
Comment 5 orenbarnea 2008-03-30 21:48:30 UTC
On OO.o 2.4 final, both on Windows Xp and on Ubuntu 8.04 beta (updated) I still
get this bug. However, it doesn't always happen. There are even documents that
show some numbers normally and some numbers in the wrong type of digits
(arab/hindy, watever... :)
I can dig up such document if needed.
Comment 6 kaplanlior 2008-03-30 22:09:16 UTC
See another testcase and screenshots at #87625. Happens to me with 2.4.0 on
Debian and Windows XP.

Sorry for the duplicate bug.

I removed my profile ( dir) to verify that problem isn't caused
by an upgrade path.
Comment 7 kzamir 2008-03-31 06:45:16 UTC
This bug also exist in writer 3.0.0 beta macOSX

link to a picture: in writer with this bug, the numbers are indic (used in arabic) and in neo the numbers are correct, arabic numbers (used in hebrew):

1. this is an imported .doc document.
2. some of the numbers are displayed correctly in the same document.
Comment 8 opensuse4ever 2008-03-31 09:03:26 UTC
sad but true
Comment 9 michael.ruess 2008-03-31 09:24:45 UTC
*** Issue 87625 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 10 adamruss 2008-03-31 21:02:08 UTC
this is very upsetting,
i allmost got my school using openoffice, and i am glad they didnt, i would have
been ashamed.

i had all 2.4 releases, they all had the bug
Comment 11 ik_5 2008-03-31 21:22:09 UTC
This problem means that many people that are just wish to try Open Office/Linux,
will go away from this platforms, and probably will never wish to return to
OpenOffice or Linux because of this bug.

This problem imho must be solved asap, and should be marked as a *critical* (P1)
bug, because it turns OpenOffice to be unusable to an entire group of people
that uses Hebrew in OpenOffice.
Comment 12 rintintin 2008-04-01 10:24:14 UTC
This is a blocker for all who use Hebrew in their documents. The priority should
be elevated to P1/P2. 
No one can wait for OOo 3.0 for the fix. Wait a few days more and the press in
Israel will be on it and burn all what was built with OO market penetration.
Comment 13 zoharsnir 2008-04-01 10:35:21 UTC
I also think the priority should be elevated to P2.
This bug makes OOo totally unusable for documents with Hebrew content in them.
There is no workaround, no "living with it", nothing but a downgrade to 2.3.1
which is the last version without this but.

The effect will be even worse if upcoming versions of linux distros will use
this OOo version as the default for fresh installs. It will make the freshly
installed OS totally unusable for Hebrew speakers forcing them to either run
back screaming to their previous OS or downgrade (while probably breaking their
package management) to OOo 2.3.1.
Comment 14 yonoz 2008-04-01 12:40:10 UTC
zoharsnir raised a very valid point. OOo is a major FOSS project. This bug is
very bad for Israeli open-source advocates.
Comment 15 shai2platonix 2008-04-01 13:01:11 UTC
While I agree that this should be highly prioritized, I don't think we should
argue for linux-distro issues on a OOo bug. If you want to stop your distro from
moving to an OOo version with this bug, file a bug in the distro, like this one: 

If enough of the distros agree to hold the OOo version for it, this will add
pressure to fix it quick.
Comment 16 oz123 2008-04-01 15:27:13 UTC
I agree with the above said. 
Bad Hebrew in Open Office is bad for all FOSS advocacy in Israel. Israel is a
small country and the only office suite availible here is MSOFFICE. Hence, this
is a reall blocker for migration for FOSS. OOo suite has started to gain ground
as a viable alternative, and this for sure will be a damage. 

Most new users who will use this version in Israel are very likely to 'burnt'
for a long time. And it'll be hard to convince them that OOo suite is an
alternative to MSOFFICE even long after this bug was fixed. 

Please, fix this bug ASAP.  
Comment 17 shtrb 2008-04-02 11:50:49 UTC
As many allready noted this is serios problem for isreally FOSS.

There is a serius aspect that since many Acdemic places are migarting to OO this
will make totaly unusable to students.

Comment 18 cdavid68 2008-04-02 12:09:30 UTC
Most of the Hebrew documents are showing Hindi numbers instead of Arabic.
Using OOo 2.40rc2 on Ubuntu 8.04beta.
I also rechecked language settings, tried to change numerics between system,
Hindi and Arabic and nothing change in the document, still Hindi numerics.
This is a usability disaster. Just can't use OOo 2.40 until it's fixed.
Comment 19 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-02 16:33:39 UTC
We have implemented a more "word compatible" way to display Hindi numbers in
Word documents, see

Maybe we have overlooked something or we misinterpreted the way how Words treats
these documents.

You could speed up the bug fixing by studying the spec and telling us if the
spec already contains a design flaw or if we probably have a bug in the

Comment 20 nadavkav 2008-04-02 18:11:34 UTC
mba: i read the wiki and as far as what we (in Israel) call the "123..."
numbering system, we call it: the "decimal system" = base 10 and the other
"١٢٣..." is the Arabic numbering system.
I have been to India and as far as i remember they use the "123..." system and
they don't call "١٢٣..." the Hindi numbering (may be the Indian Muslims use it ?
i do not know)

so i guess the wiki page is not correct (maybe the Unicode standard defines it
in a different way ? i do not know :-)

if it helps in any way...
i made 4 test documents:
 OOo 2.3.1 localized Hebrew --> doc format
 OOo 2.3.1 localized Hebrew --> odt format
 OOo 2.4 rc2 --> doc format
 OOo 2.4 rc2 --> odt format

in all i wrote two lines

all of the opened correctly in both version of OO

every body else: please, let us NOT get so much excited, i am sure this issue
will be solved soon and if you are using serious Hebrew word processing and
other tools in the OOo suite you should probably be using the localized Hebrew
version of tk systems - OO v 2.3.1 which works very (very) well and has MANY
things not implemented in the upstream OOo version 2.3.x / 2.4 .

Comment 21 adebr 2008-04-02 18:16:40 UTC
Well, according to Wikipedia, if I got it correctly (it's quite confusing):

0123... is the Arabic Numerals
٠١٢٣... is the Eastern Arabic Numerals

Comment 22 kzamir 2008-04-02 19:10:39 UTC
1. the spec is wrong:
"""When a digit is marked to have CTL script in the imported Word document it
shall be imported as Hindi digit."""

should be:
When a digit is marked to have ARABIC script in the imported Word document it
shall be imported as Hindi digit

Hebrew and Japanese are a CTL languages and they use Arabic digits.
Only Arabic use the Hindi digits.

2. The implementation is wrong:
"""If the configuration item RegardHindiDigits is set"""

Using RegardHindiDigits=true all numbers are Hindi digits,
See the 55 in the first line in the image:

But when usnig RegardHindiDigits=false some numbers are Hindi and some Arabic,
See second line 9-13 in the image:
Comment 23 shai2platonix 2008-04-02 19:39:59 UTC
mba and kzamir:

First, kzamir is mostly right about the spec: although there are other languages
which also use Hindi digits (like Farsi), having the number characters marked
CTL should not be enough to make them Hindi.

Second, I didn't realize that RegardHindiDigits referred to the option setting
that appears in kzamir's screenshots. I just tried it, and I can't make that
string appear in any of the openoffice configuration file (even when the setting
is changed as in the screenshot). Further, I don't have any Writer.xcs file (or
any other .xcs file), I have Writer.xcu, but as said, it doesn't have a
RegardHindiDigits string in it. Or, for that matter, FilterFlags or WW8. I'm
using 2.4.0~rc6 on Debian unstable.

I would expect, indeed, that when someone says "I want to use Hindi digits" (as
kzamir seems to have done), all digits would be Hindi. mba, How is a user
supposed to control RegardHindiDigits?
Comment 24 nadavkav 2008-04-02 19:51:29 UTC
adebr: thank you for the wikipedia links :-) 
after reading as much as i could... i feel you should ignore most of what i
wrote in comment #21 (i was probably sleeping when the math teacher mentioned
that ;-)
Comment 25 barad 2008-04-02 22:07:00 UTC
IMHO it would be valid to assume that anyone using an English distro can
understand "decimal" (1,2,3...) numerals, while only some can understand Hindi
numerals (Ù¡,Ù¢,Ù£...).
Therefore it would be prudent to display decimal numerals by default - and only
display hindu numerals in cases where it was 100% certain that the use of them
was intended.

A document originally intended to display Hindu numerals would still be legible
if the numerals were converted to decimal, and the problem easily corrected by
using an appropriate font.

A document originally intended to display Decimal numerals rendered with Hindu
numerals would become illegible, and is NOT easily recoverable.

I STRONGLY suggest - at least as a temporary fix - adding an option under
"languge settings" to disable the rendering of hindu numerals.

This bug is absolutely crippling - you should see how my physics articles look
like now...
Comment 26 shai2platonix 2008-04-02 22:28:01 UTC
barad said: """
A document originally intended to display Hindu numerals would still be legible
if the numerals were converted to decimal, and the problem easily corrected by
using an appropriate font.

This is wrong factually (a big part of the point is that OOo keeps the text in
Unicode, and I really hope there is no Unicode font which gives U+0033 -- Arabic
numeral 3 -- the form Ù£). 

Unless you happen to be a native-level Arabic or Farsi user (I'm assuming you
aren't), this is also wrong-headed; don't tell other people what's important to
Comment 27 barad 2008-04-02 22:39:45 UTC
What I'm basically saying - is that the ENGLISH distro should take special care
in not replacing decimal numerals with hindi numerals.
My assumption is that the vast majority of english distro users understand
decimal numerals, and do not understand hindi numerals...

I also still maintain that since this is largely a problem for imported .doc
files - changing decimal numerals to a font with only hindu numerlas can serve
as a temporary fix - while there seems to be no reverse solution.

hence the urgency of the issue - the English distro should not be displaying
hindu numerals in an english language file - just because it was written on a
localized CTL word disto.
Comment 28 shai2platonix 2008-04-02 23:24:32 UTC
1. I assume when you speak of "distro" you mean the interface language -- well,
while it is safe to assume users who choose this interface will understand
Arabic (Western) numerals, it is NOT safe to assume that having Hindu numerals
converted to Western is acceptable to them. This is the assumption you make when
you propose that under English interface, it is better to err on the side of
Western numerals; this is what I called wrong-headed.

2. You seem to miss the Unicode point entirely. Part of the problem is that
while MSOffice represents characters in 8-bits encodings, where numbers are only
encoded once, and the difference between 3 and Ù£ is mainly one of font; OOo
keeps texts in Unicode, where 3 and Ù£ are different characters. If there is a
font which is A) Unicode, and so fit for use in OOo and B) the character '3'
gets the graphic form Ù£, then that font is buggy and needs to be killed. In OOo,
you CANNOT turn a '3' into a 'Ù£' by changing the font.

3. The problem, as far as I have seen, is actually not with English files --
it's with Hebrew files. If you follow mba's links, you'll find that the problem
-- apparently -- is that the current implementation decides that any CTL-enabled
.doc file should use Hindu numerals; most English docs are not CTL-enabled. Do
you think you'd see mostly Israelis on this bug if the bug showed on English doc
Comment 29 barad 2008-04-03 00:10:57 UTC
Points 1 and 2 are well taken - I agree.

This problem can occur in english-only files.
The localized hebrew version of Microsoft word (hebrew interface) seems to save
files as CTL enabled by default, regardless of the actual language used in the file.
I'm assuming this is the case with othe localized CTL versions of word.

I will attempt to post and example later on.

The infrastructure for a quick patch to resolve this issue seems to exist under:
Tools -> options -> language settings -> complex text layout -> general options
(Numerals: Arabic/Hindi/System)

But changing this either does not work, or only applies to new files.
I recommend using a workaround like this as a temporary solution, then fully
addressing the issue in v3.0

This issue has rendered a much needed upgrade unusable by thousands of
high-school and university students, teachers and staff.
Comment 30 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-03 07:38:13 UTC
Target should be 2.4.1.
Comment 31 kaplanlior 2008-04-04 05:47:18 UTC
mba -> could you update the version the bug applies to "OOo 2.4.0" ?
Comment 32 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-04 06:53:43 UTC
Done. I also added the "regression" keyword.
We will try to provide a fix ASAP. 
Comment 33 hennerdrewes 2008-04-05 07:59:57 UTC
The spec at
states that the conversion to Hindi numbers should be dependent on a setting
called "RegardHindiDigits", which defaults to false. The implementation in
ww8par.cxx, however, does not relate to any such setting. The conversion is
performed on any CTL text.

Also, as said before, a translation to Hindi numbers should be language
dependent, not CTL dependent. 

But most seriously: The entire approach of handling the digit conversion does
not match the inner handling of digts in OOo, and as such must lead to trouble.
If you open an Arabic language word document, and you system settings are set
"Show Hindi numbers", writer would have shown Hindi numbers in OOo 2.3.1 and

If you want to display in Hindi numbers in OOo, you have to set the display
settings to "Show Hindi numbers". Within the the document, the numbers are
treated as 0x0030 .. 0x0039 values and not as 0x0660 .. 0x0669. Digits are
stored logically as digits, and that's it. And there is an options of displaying
in several shapes. 

As such, I suggest to revert the changes to ww8par.cxx to the pre-2.4 state. 

The remaining issue is not an issue of MS Word import. It is an issue that the
OOo handling of digits could be enhanced. In addition to the three existing
settings (system, Arabic, Hindi), there should be a language dependent one. If a
numeral appears e.g. in a Arabic context, the text display would be done with
Hindi numbers. This would give much more flexibility in number display, as it
would be more document dependent and not only system setting dependent. vcl
offers all the possibilities to "SetDigitLanguage" in many ways. There should a
(not to complicated) way to connect text language to the digit language.

Comment 34 hennerdrewes 2008-04-05 08:11:48 UTC
Although it seems a little ridiculous to post a patch for this one, I'll attach
a fix. It removes the changes introduced for OO 2.4. Maybe like this we can
speed things up...
Comment 35 hennerdrewes 2008-04-05 08:16:35 UTC
Created attachment 52563 [details]
revert file sw/source/filter/ww8/ww8par.cxx to its previous version
Comment 36 sforbes 2008-04-06 06:54:41 UTC
mba- Why is this issue still P3?
Comment 37 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-06 12:56:48 UTC
 I don't have enough time to wonder whether this is a P2 or a P3. :-) It doesn't
matter. The target "2.4.1" says it all: it will be fixed ASAP.
Comment 38 sforbes 2008-04-06 15:31:09 UTC
np :)
Adjusting to P2, just for bookkeeping sake.
Comment 39 tml 2008-04-10 12:30:11 UTC
Does anybody have a sample .doc file with *English* text where digits show up as
Eastern Arabic digits in OOo? barad?
Comment 40 zoharsnir 2008-04-10 13:56:04 UTC
I created two files:

Both created with MS Word 2003 SP3 (hebrew version + english interface pack) on
WinXP SP2.

Opened both of them with both OOo portable (from, they don't
change the source app, just repack it) versions 2.3.1 and 2.4 (it's a prerelease
2 of portableapps based on final OOo 2.4).

english-with-numbers.doc is displayed ok (arabic) in 2.3.1 and 2.4
hebrew-with-numbers.doc is displayed ok (arabic) in 2.3.1 but on 2.4 it's wrong

It's not what you asked for but I'll attach it anyway in case it will help anyone.
Comment 41 zoharsnir 2008-04-10 13:59:23 UTC
Created attachment 52727 [details]
simple English with numbers document created with Hebrew MS Word 2003 SP3 on WinXP SP2
Comment 42 zoharsnir 2008-04-10 14:00:56 UTC
Created attachment 52728 [details]
simple Hebrew with numbers document created with Hebrew MS Word 2003 SP3 on WinXP SP2
Comment 43 psychoi3oy 2008-04-10 14:32:44 UTC
tml said: 
"Does anybody have a sample .doc file with *English* text where digits show up
as Eastern Arabic digits in OOo? barad?"

Not exactly, but I was having that problem (english OO.o w/hindi/eastern arabic
numbers) when exporting to .pdf. See my (apparently related) bug at I did hear back from my
math professor that the .doc created from the same .odt in 2.4 had some 'boxes
where numbers should be' which may have been the same issue and she doesn't have
hindi fonts or something. Lemme see if I can find the original .doc version I
submitted to her. It looked fine to me (alignment issues) but I'll look at it
again in 2.3. 
Comment 44 psychoi3oy 2008-04-10 14:40:19 UTC
nevermind, my english .doc showed all the numbers and symbols and everything
just fine in oo 2.3.1. I can still upload (preferably email, the full version
contains personal information and silly math homework) the original .doc if
someone wants to look at it in MS Office, but I'm sure if I edit out stuff other
than the math and re-save any problems might dissappear. 
Comment 45 barad 2008-04-10 14:42:43 UTC
tml: I believe the behavior I saw was euther due to the fact that the hebrew
supporting versions of office 97 (possibly xp as well?) use as the
default template.
Either that, or the document contained an "invisible" CTL character in vicinity
to the numerals.

I'm having trouble reproducing the bug, due to lack of access to office 97, and
 since a recent OOo update seems to have fixed the problem - all attached files
in the report now display correctly as long as 
Tools -> options -> language settings -> complex text layout -> general options
-> Numerals
Are set to arabic, if they are set to hindi - all numerals display in hindi,
regardless of the language of the file.
My current version is 1:2.4.0-3ubuntu2 (Ubuntu Hardy)
Comment 46 kaplanlior 2008-04-14 20:48:31 UTC
kalpan -> barad:
This bug should already been fixed in Ubuntu (1:2.4.0-3ubuntu2). So I'm not
surprised you can't reproduce. See (in Hebrew) for more details.
Comment 47 Oliver Specht 2008-04-16 15:12:51 UTC
officecfg/..../Writer.xcs and
sw/source/filter/ww8/ww8par.?xx contain the configuration changes. 
Comment 48 openoffice 2008-04-21 15:17:57 UTC
fixed. Now mapping Arabic to Hindi numbers iff language is appropriate. Note:
specification needs update. I will give note here if the update is done.
Comment 50 shai2platonix 2008-04-22 11:33:09 UTC
I don't know if the current implementation follows the current specification,
but if it does, it is incomplete -- we're likely to see a bug soon, calling
"arabic/hindi numbers instead of persian/east-hindi numbers". Granted, this bug
is a lot less severe (as 7 of the figure glyphs are actually the same), but still.

I added this as an open issue in the specification.
Comment 51 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-25 14:40:32 UTC
In the fixed version we will replace arabic numbers by hindi numbers only if the
text is "arabic". In my understanding that means that farsi or urdu documents
will keep their arabic numbers (pre-2.4 behavior). Or do you expect/see
something different?
Comment 52 shai2platonix 2008-04-25 15:59:16 UTC
@mba: Yes and no. 

A. I was talking about Farsi numerals, not western numerals in Farsi documents.
I trust that the latter are not marked as Arabic or Farsi characters in .doc files.

B. My comment was wrong: The current spec will not cause Farsi numerals to turn
into Hindi, but into Arabic (western) numerals. 

I suspect that would be sub-optimal too, though I'm not a Farsi user. Judging by
the preferences UI, though, Farsi numerals are probably not supported by at all, so there's bigger problems than .doc imports there.
Comment 53 Mathias_Bauer 2008-04-25 16:59:27 UTC
What makes you think that? We are changing arabic numbers into hindi numbers. I
don't think know farsi numbers but I assume that they have different UniCode
values than arabic numbers and so won't be converted. And you also should
consider that we do the change only for text with an "arabic" language attribute.

If you have an example document that shows the problem you suspect to happen,
please attach it to this issue so that someone can check that. We still have
some days time to fix potential problems.
Comment 54 hennerdrewes 2008-04-25 17:34:45 UTC
@shai2platonix: As I stated in my previous comment: The actual problem is not a
problem of Word import. It is a limitation in OOo regarding a language dependent
display of digits. It lacks a "context" option, for details see issue 22396.

In my opinion efforts should be made to fix the real cause of the problem (issue
22396). Most things said in this discussion will turn out to be irrelevant then...
Comment 55 shai2platonix 2008-04-25 20:31:11 UTC

The way I understand it, Word does not actually provide the Unicode code of the
character, but, for numerals, just the ASCII code for the equivalent Arabic
(western) numeral and a context specifying the language. If that is the case,
and the spec ignores languages other than Arabic, numbers in all such languages
will be translated to western numerals on import -- because Word would display
(5,farsi) as an upside-down heart (U+06f5), while OOo would only see the 5.

If Word did store Unicode characters, this whole issue would be moot, wouldn't it?

To my regret, I cannot produce a test doc -- as I said, I am not a Farsi user.


Of course you are right, Word import and Windows IME are two instances of the
same problem.
Comment 56 uwe.luebbers 2008-04-28 11:54:17 UTC
added "approved" to the title, because it will be easier to work with the 2.4.1 meta issue 
during release status meetings.
Comment 57 fredrik.haegg 2008-04-28 14:40:55 UTC
Automation possible.
Comment 58 openoffice 2008-05-02 08:57:58 UTC
fixed on os114 (Target 2.4.1)
Comment 59 openoffice 2008-05-02 08:58:38 UTC
Ready for QA
Comment 60 michael.ruess 2008-05-07 14:29:33 UTC
Verified fix in CWS os114.
Comment 61 dombro 2008-05-09 08:49:34 UTC
I encounter the problem in OOo 3.0 beta loading a hebrew Microsoft Word 2007 
document : numbers are shown in arabic.
Comment 62 michael.ruess 2008-05-10 18:50:55 UTC
*** Issue 89264 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 63 stam1 2008-05-14 11:13:18 UTC
I don't know if I am doing it right as this is my first QA report for an open
source project and i must tell you guy you are doing great job and here is my
small contribution ;)

I have upgraded to OOo 3.0 and the problem still occur, Open a Hebrew file in
the OOo 3.0 and the decimal numbers are showing in Arabic.

For me this problem is a killer for switching for OOo. I guess some other people
as well.

Comment 64 szacks 2008-05-14 11:58:42 UTC
The bug still exists in 3.0 beta.
This bug says it is fixed does that mean we should open a new ticket for the
same issue?
Comment 65 michael.ruess 2008-05-14 12:17:17 UTC
The has not been integrated into the Master builds. It is fixed in an internal
test build (CWS) and will be integrated into the product soon - so you needn't
file a new issue for any version.
Comment 66 michael.ruess 2008-06-10 14:16:37 UTC
Checked fix in OOH680m17 and DEV300m18.
Comment 67 rryk 2009-05-18 11:01:17 UTC
How do we know if it's integrated into some version or not?