If you in a spreadsheet use the formula =sheets() and add a spreadsheet at the end the number is not being updated. F9 Recalculate does no change either.
If you insert a sheet in between other sheets it gets updated. The effect of deleting a sheet is also forcing to change the number.
Open a new sheet (It has standard 3)
Make the formula =sheets() in sheet1. It will show you 3.
Press on the plus sign for adding another sheet.
The function still will show you 3 instead of 4. If you make the same formula in another cell it will show you 4.
I have just tested the same in OOo 3.4.0 Dev300M104 build 9579 and this is doing the same.
Kohei: Is it a bug, or a feature? ;-)
I think that we don't force a recalculation when we insert sheets and I don't think that we want to force it since this would dramatically decrease the performance
On 07/20/2011 01:06 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> --- Comment #3 from email@example.com 2011-07-20 04:06:07
> I think that we don't force a recalculation when we insert sheets and I
> think that we want to force it since this would dramatically decrease the
But even a recalculation will not rectify the issue. So I still think
that this is a bug. Please test yourself.
The bug is present in 3.4.2RC2 as well.
I have found out that CTRL+SHIFT+F9 will update the value.
[Reproducible] with "LibreOffice Portable 3.3.3 - WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) German UI [OOO330m19 (Build:301 Tag 188.8.131.52)]" ... Server installation of Master "LibO-dev 3.5.0 – WIN7 Home Premium (64bit) English UI [(Build ID: d3d1481-3f8994a-2ba0a9f)]".
We can discuss various update concepts, but it's not understandable why the result will be updated when I insert a sheet using context menu on sheet-tabs, but not when I use "+ Sheet Tab" or menu 'Insert -> Sheet'
Currently I see this one as an UI inconsistence.
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Created attachment 51185 [details]
sample document, see Comment 7
BTW, OOo 3.3 updates result after menu 'Insert -> Sheet'
When you do
1. Create a new document.
2. Type in Sheet1.A1 =Sheets()
3. Click on Sheet3.
4. Insert -> Sheets and insert a new sheet *after* current sheet.
5. Go back to Sheet1.
The value in A1 is still 3.
However, when you change step 4 to insert a new sheet *before* current sheet, the value in A1 becomes 4.
So, this has nothing to do with the plus button but has everything to do with a bug in the insert table code not marking cells dirty when appending a new sheet to the end of the last one.
When you take a look at code in ScDocument::InsertTab(), it calls SetDirty() only when nPos < nTabCount, which is evaluated to false when adding a new sheet to the end position. That's what's causing this bug.
And yes, this may have a performance implication since inserting sheets causes a document-wide full re-calculation, but whether we like it or not this is what we currently do.
Fixing that performance issue (when that becomes an issue) would be outside the scope of this bug.
Fixed on master: