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I recently installed Version: Build ID:
08ebe52789a201dd7d38ef653ef7a48925e7f9f7 on 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04, and noticed
a problem that I'm pretty sure I had seen in some version of LO back in the
3.x series, but which seems to have returned.

When printing documents with hyphenation, the hyphen is placed over the last
letter on the line rather than next to it. If I use Print Preview, the
display is fine. If I export the file as a pdf and print from there, the
printout is fine. The problem only exists when printing directly from

Has anyone else noticed this? I hate filing a bug if no one else can confirm
it, but as having old bugs re-appear in later versions is disconcerting, I
thought I should check.


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