In Libreoffice Draw you can adjust the 'Paper format' size to such things as A4, A3 and user specified up to a maximum size of 300.00cm by 300.00. For some situations this is too small. To be able to increase the maximum page setup size would help greatly
As an example: I created test .odg file with the maximum size of 300cm by 300cm. I then saved this file and unpacked it with a basic zip program. I located and edited the style.xml file within, changing just the line page-width="300.00cm" to page-width="3000cm". I then repacked the file and opened this in libreoffice draw. This now gives a greatly improved page size to work with. The simply hack seems to work fine and I can edit and save as normal. However, of course I can not export an image of the working file as Draw will only show the working area of no bigger than 300cm x 300cm.
So can the maximum page size be officially increased?
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This is a Draw issue, therefore changed 'Component' field accordingly.
This seems just to be a limitation of the UI, since one can manually edit an .odg file to make the page size bigger, and LODraw opens it fine. I tried making the width and height 609.6 centimeters (~20 ft) and it opened perfectly fine.
Duplicate of Bug 39088
Actually duplicate of Bug 92532
*** Bug 92532 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Remains unresolved in v184.108.40.206 (on Windows 8.1 x64)