[Libreoffice-qa] Another Round of Interoperability
philipz85 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 5 07:12:32 PDT 2014
Thanks for the workflow info. Regarding the second case, are there more
problems opening or saving the RTF documents. Can you send me some
sample second and third case files for me to do some testing on?
On 08/05/2014 02:41 PM, Marina Latini wrote:
> ----- Messaggio originale -----
>> Da: "Jay Philips" <philipz85 at hotmail.com>
>> A: libreoffice-qa at lists.freedesktop.org
>> Inviato: Martedì, 5 agosto 2014 10:56:42
>> Oggetto: Re: [Libreoffice-qa] Another Round of Interoperability
>> Hi Marina,
>> About fdo#82067, i'm not a dev as well, but i think if the RTF opens in
>> Word, Kingsoft Writer, and in the old RTF importer that libreoffice had
>> in 3.3, then it should work now. Lets see what the devs think of it. :)
> ok :)
>> You mentioned previously that Italy's Public Adminstrations uses rtf
>> files for their workflow, is it just opening rtfs to convert them to odf
>> or saving them also in rtf?
> the workflow is a little bit complicated. :(
> They use some third party softwares to generate the documents. These various softwares use rtf format as a template and through a mail merge produce the final rtf document with all the required fields.
> * First case: the software produces a doc file for editing and a pdf for storage. the users can edit the doc, send and store it. our doc filter works fine :)
> * Second case: the software produces a rtf file for editing and a pdf for storage. The user can edit the rtf and here we have a huge of interoperability problems. The versions of MS Office are heterogeneous and the final rtf files can be different. :(
> * Third case: the software uses a set of templates generated with MS Office. We have a lot of interoperability problems again :(
> * Fourth case: the software uses a set of handmade templates. We have interoperability problems but we can try to solve them ;)
> The biggest problems are related to the anchoring of the images and to tables or nested tables.
> In my speech in Bern I'll describe the Italian "state of art".
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