Most of the time, although not all of the time, it is due to either a very poorly formatted document, or using non-standard fonts, or both.
Doesn't matter. That's still denialism. It still does not work. The end user will throw the software in trash. There must be compatibility even for badly-designed documents, because in real life we have those as well.
Often Linux is defended by saying that the BIOS writers simply did a bad job. Well, maybe they did, but at the end of the day, we just want a computer that works. So in the operating system we must write good workarounds for firmware bugs if we want a good user experience.
Stop whining man. *Do* something about it.
I suspect that SystemD whiners do not even want to do anything about it. They just want something to whine about. It feels relaxing and is a great way to release some general stress.
It's like a lady watching Bold & Beautiful on the television. She yaks how rubbish the series is and how lame the characters are. But dare you to change the channel...
It's a shared object for a toy computer.
Are you suggesting that Windows makes a toy computer? Wouldn't a toy GUI consist mostly of big colored squares, dumbed down applications, and a supervisor monitoring your usage patterns?
We all like praise, but a hike in our pay is the best kind of ways.