Created attachment 133484 [details]
attachment 133480 [details] after save as xlsx in LO 5.3
attachment 133480 [details] was made with Excel 2013.
The column chart columns disappears completely after the file is edited and saved in LibreOffice.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open the original file in LibreOffice
2. Edit an empty cell
3. Save the file as XLSX
4. Open the saved file in Excel 2013
The columns and the text on the horizontal axis disappear
The chart does not change after being saved in LibreOffice.
Created attachment 133485 [details]
The saved document reopened in LO 5.3 and Excel 2013 side by side
Confirmed with LO 220.127.116.11 & 18.104.22.168 / Windows 7.
Note that I don't see text on horizontal axis even when the file is opened.
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Created attachment 145056 [details]
The original and exported file in Word side by side
Created attachment 145057 [details]
Screenshot of the original and exported document side by side in Writer.
The columns are now visible in current master, only the horizontal axis labels are not displayed in Writer.
Adjusting bug title.
Created attachment 145058 [details]
The original file exported from current Calc master
The X axis labels are stored this way in chart1.xml:
<c:strRef><c:f>'3D'!$C$4:$D$4</c:f><c:strCache><c:ptCount val="2"/><c:pt idx="0"><c:v>2016.márc.15. - 2016.máj.20.</c:v></c:pt><c:pt idx="1"><c:v>2016.máj.20-tól</c:v></c:pt></c:strCache></c:strRef>
Restoring bug title. Forgot that the disappearing axis labels has its own report as bug #108027.
I'm not sure when was this fixed, but now the columns appear correctly in the export.
Fixed by the following commit (found using bibisect-win32-6.2), nice job, Balazs.
author Balazs Varga <firstname.lastname@example.org> 2018-07-23 21:13:09 +0200
committer Bartosz Kosiorek <email@example.com> 2018-07-30 23:53:35 +0200
tdf#108078 OOXML Export Chart shapes area fill properties