Created attachment 42086 [details]
Empty copied sheet
When with Move/Copy Sheet option I try to make a copy of actual sheet, or move it in another document, the copied or moved sheat is empty.
I try it on:
Microsoft Windows 7 x64 Ultimate - english
Microsoft Windows 7 x86 Ultimate - hungarian
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x86 - english
In LibreOffice RC2 this operation works fine.
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> Created an attachment (id=42086) [details]
> Empty copied sheet
> When with Move/Copy Sheet option I try to make a copy of actual sheet, or move
> it in another document, the copied or moved sheat is empty.
> I try it on:
> Microsoft Windows 7 x64 Ultimate - english
> Microsoft Windows 7 x86 Ultimate - hungarian
> Microsoft Windows XP Professional x86 - english
> In LibreOffice RC2 this operation works fine.
Not only *empty* sheet.
Inherited from OpenOffice ? See http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=116439
In fact all lines are hidden.
But if you show all lines in the new sheet, it seems that charts that should have been copied too are lost.
This point should be checked carefully when fix from issue 116439 will be backported to LibO.
Best regards. JBF
*** Bug 33242 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Just a quick FYI.
This behaviour is also happening in the Mac version RC3. It didn't happen in LibO 3.3.0 RC2.
This is a duplicate & has already been fixed, or rather, the offending change has been reverted.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 33073 ***
I know this supposedly fixed but it popped up on me yesterday. My wife was working on a multisheet spreadsheet using LO 3.3 final on a MS Vista Home 64 bit machine when this occurred when she tried to move/copy one of the sheets to a new spreadsheet. I tried the same spreadsheet under Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit with LO 3.3 final, a MS Vista Ultimate 32 bit VM and a Win XP Pro 32 bit machine. All three of my attempts worked but for some reason does not on my wife's machine. On her machine, in the newly created spreadsheet you can Select All and then do an Optimal Row Height and the sheet opens up. It does not appear to be hidden because selecting Show does nothing and the row height after creation is set at 0.0. I made sure her machine was running the most up-to-date version of LO and Java, which it was. Baffled as to why it only seems to be on her machine.