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Re: [libreoffice-users] vertical placement of charts while saving to pdf is wrong


This is a shot in the dark.

Look for lines defined as narrower in height and resize them.

It would not be surprising that PDF's produced by OSX have some portion of the Print PDF definition that recognizes control codes in one way is not under Windows/Linux PDF Printer definition for LibreOffice.  It may also be that substituting fonts may change behavior.

I suggest using installing cups-pdf under linux to see if this resolves the difference.  Apple controls cups-pdf and might be a work around.

I may be wrong here, but I think LibreOffice uses Ghostscript and OSX uses CUPS.
https://www.ghostscript.com/
https://github.com/apple/cups

If anybody knows, please reply to correct the above statements.

Hope this helps
Paul

On 10/22/2018 11:52 PM, Frédéric wrote:

Did you try saving as pdf in both linux and windows to see if
there is
any difference?


It is similar on Windows and Linux but different on OSX. I would like to say that it is probably not related to PDF because the print preview shows the same issue.



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