Bug ID: 104323
           Summary: Autosyllabification does not work correctly for font
                    "Linux Libertine G".
           Product: LibreOffice
           Version: release
          Hardware: x86-64 (AMD64)
                OS: Windows (All)
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: minor
          Priority: medium
         Component: Writer

To be specific: The German word construct "Kraftwerks-", i. e. "Kraftwerkspark"
does not work for the font "Linux Libertine G" correctly. LibreOffice is used
in German, the autosyllabification ("Silbentrennung") is working. If a word
with "Kraftwerk-" is separated between "Kraft-" and "-werks-" the letter "w"
and "e" are displayed at the same place. This means, that you really can not
read the word part "-werks-". As far as I see, the problem does occur with the
font "Linux Libertine G", for other there is not similar problem. Therefore I
am not sure, if this is really a problem of Libreoffice but rather of the font
type. This Problem occured in the release and in the new

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Textdocument in Writer with syllabification and language switched to German
2. Use font "Linux Libertine G" size 12 and use justified typesetting
3. Write "Kraftwerkspark" at the end of a line, so the word will be separated
"Kraft-" and "-werkspark"
4. See wrong typeset

Actual Results:  
The result will occur everytime.

Expected Results:
"w" and "e" are displayed at the same spot in companion with "r" creating a
wonderful new letter.

Reproducible: Always

User Profile Reset: Yes, even a new release, as discripted above, will bring no
better result.

Additional Info:
This bug can always be solve, if the autosyllabification has no need to divide
"Kraftwerks-" at an end of a line.

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