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Using LibreOffice 3.4.0  (Build: 12) and OpenOffice 3.2.0 (Build: 9483)
on Ubuntu 10.04LTS, I found a bug, rendering tables in writer.

Every Time I use double lines as header seperator, weird things
happened, if the document is opened in the opposing writer.

So that double line (0,25pt with the wider gap) first created in
openoffice, has the strange effect of beeing thicker and the bottom line
in a two row table looks as if not 1pt wide (as I created it in
openoffice and will sometimes not been printed!). When having a tables
with at least three rows the double line remains strange looking and the
bottom line is ok.

If a simple double line (0,25 with normal gap) is created in
LibreOffice, the document in OpenOffice  will not show it at all.

Maybe your Line-IDs in the ODS-Format are a little bit mixed up.

Hope your will fix it in the near future. Thanks in advance.

Best Regards
Jens Elstner

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