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On Sat, 6 Sep 2014 12:08:32 +0100
Tom Davies <> wrote:

Hi :)
Is it possible to post a bug-report to Google.  It sounds like they
have really stuffed things up.  Also post the same question to their
forums as they probably have (or will have) the same question
appearing many times until they fix it.

In the meantime is it possible to download those gdocs in the older MS
formats?  Doc rather than DocX (or Odt) and Xls instead of XlsX?  Do
those work any better?  How about trying their DocX filters.  I only
mean doing 1 or 2 just to see how it goes.

Apols and regards from
Tom :)

Google docs dont offer the plain .doc export option.
Exporting to pdf wont help since import to LO will happen in LO Draw.
I'll try copy paste to create new odt docs and change my workflow and
report the issue after that work which must do first.



On 6 September 2014 01:34, Alexandros Prekates
<> wrote:

Downloading a gdoc document from google drive you will prompted to
choose a conversion.

Choosing 'open document' i get an odt but i spotted an error in
giving 'outline numbering = 10' to even  headling styled with
headline 1 and superfluous xml in links.

I tried to find a way to fix the wrong oultine numbering but noluck.

I noticed that in the converted odf file 'oultline levels' 1-6 dont
correspont to a heading style instead the relate to nothing.

By completing the missing associations in 'tools --> outline
numbering' new headings will get the proper ouline level but old
ones wont change to correct one leaving only one solution : to
delete them and write them back.

But since i have many converted docs that could be tedious.

Is there another way to correct existing headings or maybe the
converted doc is messed up and a new one from withing libreoffice
should be created, possibly by copy paste to a new empty doc?

I paste some difs among a test  odt , and the converted odt from a
test  gdoc i created

<text:p text:style-name="P1">This <text:a xlink:type="simple"
xlink:href="";>is a link
dude</text:a></text:p><text:p text:style-name="P1"/>

and the same link in the converted odt :

<text:p text:style-name="P3"><text:span
text:style-name="T3_3"><text:a xlink:type="simple"
text:style-name="T3_5"><text:a xlink:type="simple"
text:style-name="T3_7"><text:a xlink:type="simple"
text:style-name="T3_9"><text:a xlink:type="simple"

text:style-name="T3_11"><text:a xlink:type="simple"

and the heading with the wrong outline:

<text:h text:style-name="P1"

Alexandros Prekates

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