Is that RTF as in "Rich Text Format" if so then it's a dying format owned by
Microsoft. They stopped developing it a few years ago so any bugs or
problems with it will remain unpatched. Apparently it's inconsistent across
different programs and different platforms and support for it is dropping
away. It might still work as an intermediary format for getting output into
Writer or something but is not good for long-term storage or for sharing
documents with other people.
Almost every other format can hold colour information so i'm not sure why
this is such a struggle. Is it the question of getting the colour
information into LibreOffice?
I think I'll try the RTF generation option.
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