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[libreoffice-users] odt file contents - naming of files in Pictures/ directory


Hi all; I've just come unstuck near the end of a project.

I'm creating an odt file pretty much from scratch. All works, but I need to embed an image within the odt file rather than just linking to an external image (the latter works OK).

Unfortunately, images within the Pictures/ directory seem to obey some naming convention that's currently outwitting me.

I've tried manually renaming an image inside an existing document and editing content.xml to correspond. LO complains the file is broken, suggesting the strings cannot be random.

Example names I see in Pictures/ are (the sole 2 pictures from the same document):-
10000000000000CE0000008999F5303D619DABFE.png
10000000000000CE000000896E838079907CA15F.png

Changing DABFE to DABFF (and content.xml to match) causes LO to offer to repair a broken document -- regenerating the original name.

Can anyone say exactly how those names are generated please? (Or where it would be documented. I've seen the odf spec does not define this area.)

Thanks.

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Mike Scott (unet2 <at> [deletethis] scottsonline.org.uk)
Harlow Essex England
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