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From Regina Henschel <>
Subject Re: RTF issues
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2012 19:45:49 GMT
Hi Bob,

it is about
We had that problem already here. See my mail with subject "Problem with 
page break in export to rtf" from 2012-07-11.

Kind regards

Rob Weir schrieb:
> On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 2:51 PM, Regina Henschel <> wrote:
>> Hi Bob,
>> Bob Self schrieb:
>>> Regina,
>>> The issues with saving to RTF with the latest version of Open Office
>>> have made it "Un-Useable" !
>>> and it has worked so wonderfully on previous versions!
>>> the page break codes no longer work
>>> the assigned page numbers no longer work
>>> apostrophe's and dashes now become oriental symbols
>>> there may be other issues, but these are consistent
>>> and make it impossible for me to use my notes
>>> is there any chance we can get these codes repaired to what they have
>>> been for many years?
>> Currently there are no intentions to change it back. Both methods give valid
>> RTF files. AOO (and LibreOffice) define a page break as property of a
>> paragraph. That is reflected in the RTF now. The old way corresponds to a
>> page break, which is created by inserting a special character.
>> I have no solution for you. Using old versions is not
>> recommended, because they do not contain all security fixes. Perhaps someone
>> else has an idea that helps you.
> What is the issue? Is the issue with us reading old (incorrect) RTF
> documents?  Or is the problem with a 3rd party application that
> doesn't like our new (correct) RTF?
> Is this something that the user could "fix", if needed, with a simple
> sed command?
> -Rob
>> Kind regards
>> Regina

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