Thank you very much Brian!
I saw you have used AOO 4.1.1 (from pdf properties), but I suppose it's
the same on the (definitively?) last 4.1.2.
In any case I will open a bug with your files attached too, classifying
it "Inherited From OOo", and I will post back here the associated number
I think I will also open a bug with respect to the "T" cell border
little overrun because one line that orthogonally meets another one
slightly trespassing it over without blending and exactly ending in it.
This other bug will also appear to be classified "Inherited From OOo",
always comparing your and my files.
Have a nice Sunday evening,
ing. Carlo Strata
via Botticelli 1/4
30031 Dolo - VE
Italia - Italy
Il 12/12/2015 19:19, Brian Barker ha scritto:
At 16:59 12/12/2015 +0100, you wrote:
On Calc both print preview and native pdf export, and in some zoom
level, background slightly misaligned with respect to cell border.
I attach PDF output from your spreadsheet from *OpenOffice* both
natively (via Export as PDF...) and using File | Print... and CutePDF
Writer. You will see similar results - suggesting that this behaviour
appears to have been inherited from OpenOffice.
I trust this helps.
Brian Barker - privately
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