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Example file from LO 5.3
By default the same data series in different data points have the same color. This means that if you have 4 data points with 3 data series each in a chart the “data series 1” columns are all blue, the “data series 2” columns are all orange and the “data series 3” columns are all yellow. This is the default setting for column charts in LibreOffice.
Now change the type of the chart to Pie chart, save the document as ODT, and then reopen it in LibreOffice.
Change the chart type back to Column chart, and now the data points have the same color: all data series in “data point 1” are blue, all data series in “data point 2” are orange, all data series in “data point 3” are yellow and all data series in “data point 4” are green.
Now save the file as a DOCX, reopen the DOCX file, and the colors in the chart are reverted to the original settings: “data series 1” columns are all blue, the “data series 2” columns are all orange and the “data series 3” columns are all yellow.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an empty text document in LibreOffice Writer
2. Insert a Chart
3. Change the chart type to Pie chart
4. Save the file as ODT
5. Reopen the file in LibreOffice Writer.
6. Change the chart type back to line chart.
7. Save the file as ODT.
8. Save the file as DOCX.
9. Compare the ODT and the DOCX files.
The colors of the columns are different in the ODT and in the DOCX file.
The colors of the columns should be consistent across the ODT and DOCX files.
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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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