Created attachment 130005 [details]
Column width of a nested table are set wrong
Column widths of a nested table are saved wrong when text orientation of table parent is set at "vertical". The attribute "style:column-width" in "style:table-column-properties" is set at the column height of the nested table.
Also, table widths of a nested table are saved wrong. The attribute "style:width" of "style:table-properties".
Checked Versions: Windows 7 x64
- 5.3 alpha
Happened in previous versions? Yes.
Please give clear reproduction steps for arriving at your example document.
I don't understand the problem from your description.
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- Adding a table 1x1 (table1). The table1 properties are:
* the row height is 5cm.
* the padding is 0.10cm.
* the column width is the content width.
* the text orientation in text flow is "vertical".
- Inserting a paragraph and a nested table 1x2 (table2) with table1. The table2 properties are:
* the row height is fit to size.
* the text orientation in text flow is "use superordinate object setting".
The data for table2 in content.xml:
* style:width is 0.635cm.
* style:table-column-width is 0.347cm.
I think that the style:width should be 4.8 cm and style:table-column-width should be 2.4 cm for table2
(In reply to Carlos Luque from comment #2)
> - Adding a table 1x1 (table1). The table1 properties are:
> * the row height is 5cm.
> * the padding is 0.10cm.
> * the column width is the content width.
> * the text orientation in text flow is "vertical".
> - Inserting a paragraph and a nested table 1x2 (table2) with table1. The
> table2 properties are:
> * the row height is fit to size.
> * the text orientation in text flow is "use superordinate object setting".
> The data for table2 in content.xml:
> * style:width is 0.635cm.
> * style:table-column-width is 0.347cm.
> I think that the style:width should be 4.8 cm and style:table-column-width
> should be 2.4 cm for table2
Ok, I get different values in content.xml based on the steps. The steps do not seem clear. How do you set the row height? I didn't find a way besides dragging with the mouse.
Could you attach an example file?
In the section Attachments, you could find a document that reproduces the bug
Sorry, I was not focused.
Yes, it is clearly mixing up the width and height due to the rotation.
Setting to NEW.
Win 7 Pro 64-bit Version: 220.127.116.11.alpha0+
Build ID: 1c27286b9d5331634c073cd3e327bd941e61bbb6
CPU Threads: 4; OS Version: Windows 6.1; UI Render: default;
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2017-01-23_03:24:17
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI); Calc: group
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