I created a table with a primary key several text fields and one one image field.
Most of the data for the text fields came from a spreadsheet file. I entered the images using a form and a folder stored in the same folder as the odb. I was having issues with sorting and created a query from the current table.
The sort issues have now been resolved.
When I use the form created through the table, the images are in colour.
When I use the form created through the query, the images are in grayscale.
I can easily replicate this action by changing the source of data for the form using Content Type/Content i.e. Table/Table Name and Query/Query Name. When I do this, everything appears the same except Table/Table Name produces colour images and Query/Query Name produces grayscale images.
I have been advised to record this as a bug.
My workaround is to avoid using Queries when I want Colour images in the form.
Details- Windows 10 up to date as of December 2017, Toshiba laptop with i5 CPU and 8GB of RAM. I am using Base 5.1
LibreOffice 5.1 is a version that is rather old and not maintained anymore. Please update your installation and try again.
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Best regards. JBF
Images in forms are greyscaled if data couldn't be edited. I have tested the following:
Form depending of a table - works (colored images).
Form depending of a query like
SELECT * FROM "table"
works also (colored images).
Form depending of a query, which doesn't contain a primarykey and isn't created for editing data shows greyscaled images.
Form depending of a table and setting to change nothing (no update, no delete ...) also will show greyscaled images.
CPU-Threads: 4; BS: Linux 4.4; UI-Render: Standard; VCL: kde4;
Gebietsschema: de-DE (de_DE.UTF-8); Calc: group
on OpenSUSE 42.2 64bit rpm Linux.
I couldn't find any buggy behavior here.
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