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"Cley Faye":

So, somehow arbitrary BASE64-encoded data are fine in ODF yet an obstacle in RTF?

It is not documented there: it says it can be an arbitrary string with no effect defined.


\cfN Foreground color (default is 0). N specifies the color as an index of the color table. \kerningN Point size (in half-points) above which to kern character pairs. \kerning0 turns off kerning.
\dbch    The text consists of double-byte characters.

RTF was changed on numerous occasion in non-retrocompatible ways,


accross several MS tools (namely MS Word and Wordpad) you get
completely different results for the same file

Different features supported give different results. Yet Arial 10pt red will stay Arial 10pt red everywhere, so the format definitely works.

A RTF file is less "human-readable" than the content.xml file in an ODT

XML isn't more readable than RTF.

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