Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 161418
thickness of underline determine by the font used
Last modified: 2014-03-25 20:52:33 EDT
Description of problem:
Interestingly, the thickness of underline is determine by the first font used on
every line. As a result, if the first line contains en chars and second line
contain indic chars the thickness will be different.
This has been observed in bn_IN, gu_IN, hi_IN and gu_IN locale, where underline
is bold if the line starts with indic char in bn_IN, gu_IN, hi_IN and ta_IN
locale and if the line starts with en char, the line will not.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.please open the document attached
New lines that starts with en chars has thinner underline than new lines that
start with indic chars
should be consistent, no bold when text style is normal
Created attachment 115855 [details]
sample document for bn_IN
Created attachment 115856 [details]
document for gu_IN locale
Created attachment 115857 [details]
sample document for hi_IN
Created attachment 115858 [details]
sample document for ta_IN
And this affects 1.9.122 as well ?
I see this in 1.1.X alright, but not in 2.0. So it seems fixed there.