Created attachment 48006 [details]
When saving a file (see attached) in xlsx (Office Open XML Spreadsheet) format includes the following xf records:
<xf applyAlignment="false" applyBorder="false" applyFont="true" applyProtection="false" borderId="0" fillId="0" fontId="1" numFmtId="41"></xf>
<xf applyAlignment="false" applyBorder="false" applyFont="true" applyProtection="false" borderId="0" fillId="0" fontId="1" numFmtId="44"></xf>
<xf applyAlignment="false" applyBorder="false" applyFont="true" applyProtection="false" borderId="0" fillId="0" fontId="1" numFmtId="42"></xf>
<xf applyAlignment="false" applyBorder="false" applyFont="true" applyProtection="false" borderId="0" fillId="0" fontId="1" numFmtId="43"></xf>
These numFmtIDs 41,42,43 and 44 are not predefinied in ECMA-376-1 so corresponding <numFmt> elements should exist in <numFmts> but in this file we only have:
<numFmts count="3"><numFmt formatCode="GENERAL" numFmtId="164"/><numFmt formatCode="YYYY/MM/DD" numFmtId="165"/><numFmt formatCode="DDDD, MMMM\ D", "YYYY" numFmtId="166"/></numFmts>
taking this one ...
I confirm this bug in my environment too.
I have just verified and reproduced this ancient and long time bug.
This is my environment:
- OpenSuSE linux 12.1, x86-64 architecture, kernel 3.1.10-31;
- LibreOffice, linux, x86-64, 18.104.22.168 (RC1) and 22.214.171.124 (RC2), vanilla rpm
To simply reproduce it:
- you can create a new spread sheet;
- "save as" it as xlsx 2007/2010 format;
- open it on Gnumeric;
- you will get:
-- an "Undefined number format id '42'";
-- a spread sheet without any grid on cells.
This is also well described here:
Have a nice evening,
Still present in LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 420m0(Build:3)
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Tested with LO 5.1 and ubuntu 16.04
I have this problem with files created using both LibreOffice versions:
Running on Arch Linux, locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8)
(In reply to JJ from comment #6)
> I have this problem with files created using both LibreOffice versions:
> * 188.8.131.52.0+
> * 184.108.40.206
> Running on Arch Linux, locale: en-US (en_US.UTF-8)
This bug has been in RESOLVED WORKSFORME status for more than 6 months.
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Closing as RESOLVED WORKSFORME
Xisco, with which LO version does this work correctly for you? LibreOffice developers appear to just like to close bugs that they didn't bother to fix and interoperability seems to be of no interest to them. So really there is little reason for others to file bugs to help to improve LO.