Here is the screen capture that I get:
Your captured image is (obviously) not even close to what it is supposed
to look like. The "990c" text appears to be a completely different font
in your screen capture. HOWEVER: I just loaded the file directly from
the bug report page into Draw 188.8.131.52 again. The file was in read-only
mode, so I Saved it to my hard drive and reopened it to be able to see
what the actual fonts are. Observations:
1. The "990c" text looked OK. When I highlight the "990c" text, the font
is identified by Draw as "Square 721" with the Bold attribute turned on.
This is an OpenType font, and the Bold attribute should not be on. When
I turn the Bold attribute off, the font changes completely, looking much
less square, much more rounded, similar to the font in your screen
capture. It looks like a slightly bolder version of the font that is
used for the text under the "990c" text, specifically the "U.S. PATENT
#4,287,479" text (the "9" is the best clue). That text is the "Formata"
font. There is a bold version of Formata, and the "990c" text from your
image is bolder than the regular Formata, but not as bold as the actual
Bold version. But almost identical in form. I wonder if some metrics
were mixed up.
2. The font name "Square 721" that is displayed when I highlight the
existing "990c" text isn't the full name of the font. If I add new text,
the font list has "Square 721 Condensed" as the name of the font, and
the Bold attribute is NOT turned on. It does not need to be turned on.
In fact, turning the Bold attribute ON has no effect on the appearance
of the font in this case. If I add new text using "Square 721
Condensed", then go back to that text later to verify, it is still
described as "Square 721 Condensed". I don't know if the shorter name of
the font in the example drawing matters. It may just be a shorthand way
for Draw to identify the font by name. Or it may be an indication of
other issues with the handling of fonts.
Some of the small type appears to be a different font than it should be,
particularly the word "OUT" (Output). It is supposed to be much narrower
in appearance, using the "Humanist 521 condensed" font. Same effect with
the "-V" and "+V" text (the "+V" text is partially covered by the
mangled "990c" text in your image.
I've done some quick experiments with a simple new drawing created in
Draw 184.108.40.206. I'm not sure, but things seem to be handled OK when
Exported as an EPS file. On the other hand, GIMP printed a blank page.
So, I will look into it more tomorrow. Lots of variables. There is also
the fact that you are using a slightly later version of Draw (220.127.116.11),
so it is hard to tell where the errors are being introduced.
Thanks you very much for your help. More information later.
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Bug #48365 filed six weeks ago. No sign of acknowledgement. · Tom Davies
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