graham_harris | 1 Dec 02:55 2010

[sw-issues] [Issue 115853] PDFs produced by File; Export as PDF cannot be printed by Acrobat

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                 Issue #|115853
                 Summary|PDFs produced by File; Export as PDF cannot be printed
                        | by Acrobat
               Component|Word processor
                 Version|OOO320m19
                Platform|Other
                     URL|
              OS/Version|Windows XP
                  Status|UNCONFIRMED
       Status whiteboard|
                Keywords|
              Resolution|
              Issue type|DEFECT
                Priority|P3
            Subcomponent|save-export
             Assigned to|writerneedsconfirm
             Reported by|graham_harris

------- Additional comments from graham_harris <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 01:55:17 +0000 2010 -------
I have created a thesis of 115 pages in ODT format. Normally I export it as PDF
to send for review by people who don't use OpenOffice.

Three separate target systems (including my own with Acrobat Reader 7) cannot
print from the PDF produced this way from Acrobat. Printing fails repeatably
after a few pages, and this behaviour has persisted through many drafts of the
thesis. 

My own system can print the PDF with Foxit PDF reader. 
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graham_harris | 1 Dec 02:57 2010

[sw-issues] [Issue 115853] PDFs produced by File; Export as PDF cannot be printed by Acrobat

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------- Additional comments from graham_harris <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 01:57:46 +0000 2010 -------
Created an attachment (id=75197)
PDF created by File; Export as PDF

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graham_harris | 1 Dec 02:58 2010

[sw-issues] [Issue 115853] PDFs produced by File; Export as PDF cannot be printed by Acrobat

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------- Additional comments from graham_harris <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 01:58:52 +0000 2010 -------
Created an attachment (id=75198)
PDF created by File; Print to CutePDF driver

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graham_harris | 1 Dec 03:01 2010

[sw-issues] [Issue 115853] PDFs produced by File; Export as PDF cannot be printed by Acrobat

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------- Additional comments from graham_harris <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 02:01:19 +0000 2010 -------
Created an attachment (id=75199)
ODT document used to produc eboth PDFs

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kjgriffin | 1 Dec 03:37 2010

[sc-issues] [Issue 72191] Support variable formula conventions

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------- Additional comments from kjgriffin <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 02:37:56 +0000 2010 -------
Also voting for this in support of RC notation, a major block for usability, not just to be like excel.  

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mhatheoo | 1 Dec 06:37 2010

[sc-issues] [Issue 115854] CALC: Date not searchable

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                 Issue #|115854
                 Summary|CALC: Date not searchable
               Component|Spreadsheet
                 Version|OOo 3.3 RC7
                Platform|Unknown
                     URL|
              OS/Version|All
                  Status|UNCONFIRMED
       Status whiteboard|
                Keywords|
              Resolution|
              Issue type|DEFECT
                Priority|P3
            Subcomponent|code
             Assigned to|spreadsheet
             Reported by|mhatheoo

------- Additional comments from mhatheoo <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 05:37:54 +0000 2010 -------
Fun with OOO:

date can not be searched by its displayed value 
but will find the formulas, where that date is used.

Martin

P.S.:
Or is this the issue 60307, which is unsolved for 5 years?

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mhatheoo | 1 Dec 06:40 2010

[sc-issues] [Issue 115854] CALC: Date not searchable

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------- Additional comments from mhatheoo <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 05:40:01 +0000 2010 -------
Created an attachment (id=75200)
example for searched date in calc - that's fun

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irneb | 1 Dec 06:43 2010

[sc-issues] [Issue 5930] Engineering Notation

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------- Additional comments from irneb <at> openoffice.org Wed Dec  1 05:43:48 +0000 2010 -------
I'd go further ... I'd say the use of the grouping switch can be seen as a
temporary, quick-fix solution for engineering format only. And yes, to get the
exponents incrementing by a user specified factor is the major requirement here.
For tweaking (which can happen at a later stage) around the increment points,
well need a bit more discussion. With some complex conditional formatting it can
even be possible to show SI prefixes if needed - Not a solution for SI, but
better than nothing.

But! I think there should be a more general purpose number format in the ODF
spec. Why they ignore the format string is beyond me. This seems like such an
inefficient way of doing it:

_When creating a custom format_
1. The user types the format string.
2. The format string is parsed to "interpret" it into the XML properties.
3. This is saved as the interpreted values, without "remembering" what the user
typed.

_When opening a file_
1. The XML's properties are read
2. When opening the Number Format dialog, the format string is regenerated from
some hard-coded rules

Would it not have been a lot more efficient, not to mention more comprehensive,
if the format string was saved instead (or even as well)?

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darobm | 1 Dec 07:21 2010

[sw-issues] [Issue 3959] Outline View (aka MS Word)

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r4zoli | 1 Dec 08:01 2010

[graphics-issues] [Issue 25706] date axis (monthly intervals)

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User r4zoli changed the following:

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                        |ur,mmp,tonygalmiche'      |ur,mmp,r4zoli,tonygalmiche
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