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Subject: Re: [office] For discussion of OFFICE-4030 and OFFICE-3791
Hi Miklos, Miklos Vajna schrieb am 16-Dec-19 um 09:48:
Hi Regina, Let me try to just summarize my intention. The idea is that the btlr ("rotate to left" for latin text) direction is similar to the tbrl ("rotate to right" for latin text and/or "Japanese") direction, just the rotation is counter-clockwise, not clockwise.
tbrl corresponds to OOXML "eaVert" and has typographical rotation, where CJK characters stay upright.
Doing similar counter-clockwise would not correspond to OOXML vert270.
As you say, the tbrl case has multiple cases where the individual glyphs are or are not rotated. As far as I know, neither the libreoffice implementation of the proposal nor OOXML does glyph-level rotation in the btlr case (so that simplifies the situation).
The implementation in LibreOffice is faulty anyway, see https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=128221
Kind regards Regina