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2013-07-08 12:05:41 +0200 commented question Writer: problems with image and other formats after close/reopen

@ROSt52 Pictures are PNG, except one single GIF image.

2013-07-07 12:39:16 +0200 commented question Writer: problems with image and other formats after close/reopen

Does no one have an idea? By the way: Paradoxically, switching the UI language to english seems to solve the problem with the tables/pictures. Nevertheless, the format of the first page is sometimes lost after reopening...

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2013-06-27 15:53:43 +0200 answered a question Is there an LibreOffice ODF viewer for Android?

Yes, there is. It is called OpenDocument Reader and comes for free :) You have to bear an advertisement bar as it is kind of usual for free apps, but it works just fine.

2013-06-27 07:55:08 +0200 commented question Writer: problems with image and other formats after close/reopen

Of course, sorry. OS is Ubuntu 12.04 64bit, LibreOffice 4.0.3.3. I use odt file type.

2013-06-26 17:27:07 +0200 asked a question Writer: problems with image and other formats after close/reopen

Hi all,

I write a thesis and use tables with 1 column/2 rows for embedding images with a description. Pictures are embedded as characters and aligned to the center in the first row, the second row contains the description. All pictures are embedded in this way, but there are problems with some of them. Some of them have a huge white space below the picture after reopening. The row of the table is "higher" than the picture. After cut&paste it looks as before (picture fits exactly into the row). After reopening it's the same problem again. Furthermore the page format of the first page sometimes is changing. I set it to 'first page', and after any time (not after the first reopening) it is set back to 'standard'.

Does anyone have an idea about that?

Thanks, z.