Created attachment 44751 [details]
Example for incorrect pring rage detection in calc
In LibreOffice calc, on default formatting, in my example I have 10 columns data in 20 rows, this document printed on 2 pages.
When I select the last 5 columns and in the Format Cells dialog box, Cell Protection I tick Hide when printing, normally my data is fit in 1 page, but the libreoffice print one page with data and one blank page.
Is the same case, when is select only the non-empty cells and select Hide when printing, or select this option with full column selection.
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I tested the problem again (windows 7, LO 3.5 beta2), and it still exists.
I test the problem in Ubuntu 11.10 x86, with LOdev 3.5.0 Beta2 and it still exists.
thanks for the report.
You write " normally my data is fit in 1 page, "
Do you know in which version that was ?
( PS pls do not touch the version field. It helps finding the versions in which the issue was first found )
In the version field now I see 3.3.2 (it's not deletetd), and probably first time I test it in versions 3.3.1 and 3.3.2.
I test it on LibreOffice 4.0.0 beta1, and the problem still exists.
But with print range definition, I can solv my problem.
I test it on LibreOffice 4.3.2-2, and the problem still exists.
also the same unexpected result in 4.4.0 alpha1
I test it on LibreOffice 22.214.171.124.beta1, 32 bit, and the problem still exists.
I test it on LibreOffice 126.96.36.199, 32 bit, windows 10 64 bit, and the problem still exists.
The bug still exist in:
Version: 188.8.131.52.beta2 (x64)
Build ID: 0f4d2060bc90b4008fbc8e6d9a49ec7eeea60b78
CPU threads: 4; OS: Windows 10.0; UI render: GL;
Locale: hu-HU (hu_HU); Calc: group threaded
Created attachment 143842 [details]
Anoher example for incorrect print rage detection
I add Anoher example for incorrect print rage detection as simple ODS.
Due to hidden H column with text in H60, print rage detection is incorrect.
Same is valid for opening XLSX files.
*** Bug 104502 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I can reproduce with the current daily master build, but I'm wondering if this really is a bug, given that hiding columns in the middle will still show blank space where the cells would have been. (Which would make sense in particular for when you are hiding just a few cells, not whole columns.)
For example, hide columns B and C, and export as PDF. You will see the blank space between columns. So Page 2 remains in the PDF export because it would have had something if the cells weren't hidden.
To me, this is not a bug report, but rather an enhancement request that is asking "update print ranges when cells are hidden for printing".
For the attachment 44751 [details], that would be:
- once the columns are hidden, the print ranges / page breaks display should update to only show one page (columns A to E), and the rest of the columns are greyed out as if they weren't part of the print range.
But I'm not sure this is a desirable change?
(In reply to Timur from comment #13)
> Created attachment 143842 [details]
> Anoher example for incorrect print rage detection
> I add Anoher example for incorrect print rage detection as simple ODS.
> Due to hidden H column with text in H60, print rage detection is incorrect.
> Same is valid for opening XLSX files.
Timur, the issue you described is different as it is about hiding whole columns and rows with the right-click context menu (hidden in LO and in print), not about hiding cells for printing (shown in LO, hidden in print).
It is described in Bug 104502, which was fixed.