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Bug 171010 - Pasting tables cells in strange order
Pasting tables cells in strange order
Product: evince
Classification: Core
Component: general
Other Linux
: Normal normal
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Assigned To: Evince Maintainers
Evince Maintainers
Depends on:
Reported: 2005-03-20 17:12 UTC by Tommi Komulainen
Modified: 2005-05-03 06:06 UTC
See Also:
GNOME target: ---
GNOME version: ---

Description Tommi Komulainen 2005-03-20 17:12:14 UTC
See the following pdf:

Copy the Table 1 on page 14 and paste it into OOo or gedit.

The contents of the table now gets extra line breaks between the columns, but
what's worse the left column is pasted on the line following the right column. 
They should be the other way around, definition before the description.
Comment 1 Tommi Komulainen 2005-03-20 17:56:38 UTC
OTOH copying the same table from xpdf 2.01 seems to work as one would expect. 
From acroread everything is as one long line with no line breaks.
Comment 2 Bryan W Clark 2005-03-24 00:28:27 UTC
This will hopefully get fixed when we have something like bug 165155

Can't quite dupe this one against that, but maybe it should depend on it...
Comment 3 Marco Pesenti Gritti 2005-04-08 11:05:09 UTC
Looks like a poppler bug, please follow these instructions:
Comment 4 Bryan W Clark 2005-05-03 06:06:55 UTC
FDO Bug: