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On 14/06/15 15:17, Brian Barker wrote:
At 14:18 14/06/2015 -0300, Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
I'm using LO on Linux and found something that looks like a
bug when inserting the attached rtf file while using the template (also attached). If I open LO Writer, then
go to Insert -> Document... -> "cabecera.rtf" I get the result you can
see in "correct.png" file.

But, if after opening LO Writer, I open the template
"" (btw an empty template), ...

I don't think you can ever describe a template as "empty": if it had no
contents or function, you would not be using it.

You are right, this "empty" template was just an example as clean as possible for you to test. The real template should contain a custom header and/or footer.

... then go to Insert -> Document -> "cabecera.rtf", the tabs on the
1st line of the rtf are removed, getting the image shown in "wrong.png".

Your template contains a definition of paragraph style "P1" including
<style:tab-stops />
and later the reference to it:
<text:p text:style-name="P1" /> .

I'm guessing that this is why the first paragraph of your inserted file
loses its tab stop and inherits the default arrangement of tab stops.

Thanks!. I can't see that style in Styles and Formatting, where is it?.

Does anyone know if there's a way to workaround this?

o Reinsert the missing tab stop? (You can easily copy the tab stop from
a subsequent paragraph - possibly using the Format Paintbrush.)

I can't do that, the purpose of this it to be used in a Libreoffice headless workflow.

o Construct a new (emptier?) template without the presumably unwanted
paragraph style definition.

This is what I'll do when I figure out where's the offending style.

Is this a bug?

Don't know.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

Leonardo M. Ramé

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