Created attachment 1248387 [details]
Description of problem:
In previous versions there were options allowing libreoffice documents to rotate document, print document and switch to present mode. These options are missing now but they are still present for msoffice documents.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open any libre office document
2.Click in the toggle menu in top bar
Menu contains Open in Libreoffice, Zoom in, Zoom Out and Options
Menu should contain Open in Libreoffice, Present mode, Print, Rotate ↶, Rotate ↷, Zoom in, Zoom Out and Options
It looks like certain msoffice files are also affected: xlsx, pptx and docx
(In reply to Martin Krajnak from comment #0)
> Created attachment 1248387 [details]
> test file
> Description of problem:
> In previous versions there were options allowing libreoffice documents to
> rotate document, print document and switch to present mode. These options
> are missing now but they are still present for msoffice documents.
I guess from 'previous versions' you meant versions when we used to convert an office document to PDF first and then show it. From 3.20 onwards, we migrated to using LO's shipped gtk widget, LOKDocView, that renders the document for us using LibreOffice installed on your system. This solves couple of problems like incorrect rendering of spreadsheets etc. when converted to PDF.
As far as i can see from commit history, we never supported these mentioned options right from the point we migrated to LOKDocView (cf. e78b6a5c) as the widget was incapable of them. Hence this is a bug against the LibreOffice widget rather than against gnome-documents.
I would split this into two enhancement requests against LOKDocView widget -
1) Support for print option in the widget
2) Support for rotation
Can you please file them as separate bugs, preferably on https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/ ? If you can't for some reason, let me know and I will do it.
Downgraded 'severity'. The benefits of using LOKDocView far outweigh the loss of these options. With exception of printing, the others aren't that commonly used.
As Pranav mentioned in comment 2, we need to file these as RFEs against LOKDocView.
I have filed the bug upstream - https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=106167
For rotation, I am not sure if it would/should be allowed etc. since its an editing area inherrently (which is disabled on the widget level) not any image that you can rotate etc.
For me print option is enough. I reported other options because of consistency as other documents have these functions. Thank you for reporting to document foundation.
In version 3.24.2 of Fedora 26, clicking on LibreOffice docs, does not visualize them, as does with pdfs. It's possible to open them using the menu button on rigth side.
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