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PDF content have caracters special different to origin document [closed]

asked 2018-04-25 04:06:52 +0200

jrgruben gravatar image

Hi,

I have libreoffice6 installed and running soffice, into RHEL 7, and JBoss eap 6.4, in this a application that call jodconverter framework to conver rtf to pdf document.

I see thath the characters special sach as (accent mark, ñ, etc.) thath containt rtf document, to converter to pdf don´t show that origin, and replace to character �

I have configure into RHEL the file /etc/locale.con from LANG="en_US.UTF-8" to LANG="es_EC.UTF-8" and it have same result.

Help me, what can I do so that the conversion is the same as the original document, and does not replace the special characters.

Regards.

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Read these guidelines and ask good questions. In particular, explain the procedure that you use for conversion.

gabix gravatar imagegabix ( 2018-04-25 08:06:49 +0200 )edit

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answered 2018-04-27 17:56:10 +0200

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I do not think this is a LibreOffice problem, but one of setup. Check the character set definition for the input file.

The � is the Unicode for an invalid character. (U+fffd). LibreOffice is displaying this character correctly. You usually see this character when converting via a program that does not understand Unicode or you have defined the character set used to one that does not support Unicode. The .rtf document is a text file and does not itself define the character used in the document. For example, if you state the character set is US-ASCII, this will not understand ñ.

Hope this gives a pointer...

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I have solved the problem using the libreoffice (5.0.6.2) that comes in dvd installation of centos 7.4, which looks like the original with accents and ñ;

Thanks for the help...

jrgruben gravatar imagejrgruben ( 2018-04-27 19:41:29 +0200 )edit

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