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Example file from LO 5.3
Triangle shaped points appear upside down in Points and Lines charts when the file is saved as DOCX.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an empty text document in LibreOffice Writer
2. Insert a Chart
3. Change the chart type to Points and Lines
4. Save the file as DOCX
5. Reopen the file either in LibreOffice Writer or Microsoft Word 2013
The triangles are upside down
The triangles in the DOCX file should look like in the ODT file
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Example file saved to docx from LO 5.3
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Docx in Word 2013 and odt in LO 5.3 side by side
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In previous versions the chart wasn't exported. in banch 4.3 it was exported as
a pie chart.
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So, I took a look into the XML created by Excel, the important part:
<c:marker><c:symbol val="triangle"/><c:size val="5"/><c:spPr><a:solidFill><a:schemeClr val="accent3"/></a:solidFill><a:ln w="9525"><a:solidFill><a:schemeClr val="accent2"/></a:solidFill></a:ln><a:effectLst/></c:spPr></c:marker>
<c:marker><c:symbol val="triangle"/><c:size val="8"/><c:spPr><a:solidFill><a:srgbClr val="ffd320"/></a:solidFill></c:spPr></c:marker>
While in ODF it is
<style:chart-properties chart:symbol-type="named-symbol" chart:symbol-name="arrow-down" chart:symbol-width="0.25cm" chart:symbol-height="0.25cm" chart:link-data-style-to-source="true"/>
So these are different drawing object in ODF and OOXML, but we are consistent with Excel when writing XLSX.
I'd say NOTABUG - it looks a bit different, but the import+export is consistent.