At 14:18 14/06/2015 -0300, Leonardo M. Ramé wrote:
I'm using LO 18.104.22.168 on Linux and found
something that looks like a bug when inserting
the attached rtf file while using the
test_template.ott 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 "test_template.ott" (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.
... 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
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.
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.)
o Construct a new (emptier?) template without the
presumably unwanted paragraph style definition.
Is this a bug?
I trust this helps.
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