When creating a new spreadsheet the file styles.xml contains references to the data style "N2" which doesn't seem to be defined anywhere.
Here's the relevant xml code from styles.xml:
<text:date style:data-style-name="N2" text:date-value="2018-02-09">00/00/0000</text:date>, <text:time style:data-style-name="N2" text:time-value="17:59:19.206942154">
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Create a new spreadsheet and look into styles.xml for N2
N2 is referenced but not defined.
N2 should be defined somewhere in styles.xml
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I can reproduce it in
Build ID: 2d5ce0e1b233c83f91481cd6b9306ac8de7f5ff8
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3;
Locale: ca-ES (ca_ES.UTF-8); Calc: group
However, the reason why it's happening is unknown to me.
@Eike, do you know why this style reference is created?
It seems to stem from the "Report" page style.
<style:master-page style:name="Report" style:page-layout-name="Mpm2">
<text:p><text:date style:data-style-name="N2" text:date-value="2018-05-08">00/00/0000</text:date>, <text:time>00:00:00</text:time></text:p>
<text:p>Page <text:page-number>1</text:page-number><text:s/>/ <text:page-count>99</text:page-count></text:p>
It's unclear to me at the moment how the data-style ends up there (somehow via EditEngine), however, it is related to sc/source/core/data/stlpool.cxx ScStyleSheetPool::CreateStandardStyles() line 361 that does
pEdEngine->QuickInsertField( SvxFieldItem(SvxDateField(Date( Date::SYSTEM ),SvxDateType::Var), EE_FEATURE_FIELD),
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Tomaž Vajngerl committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#115588 write autoDataStyles for master-slides
It will be available in 7.1.0.
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I guess we can call this fixed..