Regina Henschel <> changed:

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--- Comment #8 from Regina Henschel <> ---
An image is stored in a draw:image element, which is child of a draw:frame
element. The draw:image element is the content of the draw:frame element.
And a draw:frame element has a style of style family "graphic". Such styles
have a style:graphic-properties element. And this allows fo:margin, fo:border
and fo:padding, which correspond to the CSS box model.
So even if you disable this feature in the UI, LO needs to be able to render
ODF documents correctly, which uses padding in images.

ODF follows the CSS-box model very close, but LO does not implement it

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