Created attachment 54765 [details]
The Calc document that is causing the problem.
Problem description: When trying to copy a chart with a black or 80% gray trend line from Calc to Writer, the old color of the trend line is copied.
Steps to reproduce:
1. open a new Calc document
2. Type in: 1 into cell A1 and B1, 2 into cell A2 and B2, ... 5 into cell A5 and B5
3. Select the cells
4. go to Insert->Chart from the menu bar
5. select "XY (Scatter)" as the chart type
6. Click Finish
7. Insert a default linear "Trend Line" into the chart
8. After inserting the default trend line as the blue color, change it to black
9. Open a text document
10. Copy and paste the chart to the text document
11. The trend line is still blue!
Current behavior: The trend line is the old blue color.
Expected behavior: The trend line should be the black color it was set to later.
Platform (if different from the browser):
Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:8.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/8.0.1
reproduced in LibO 3.5.0 beta 1 on Fedora 64 bit
black line in Calc becomes _blue line_ in Writer
Writer dislikes only black color (my be it is default and Calc not provides information about this color. Only my IMHO)
reproduced in version 3.5.0 release.
"Version" is most early version of LibreOffice, where bug can be reproduced. Not current version of LibreOffice.
It reproducible in 3.3.4 version, so change version to there.
Still reproducible on LO 188.8.131.52 (Win7 32bit), seems that only black colored trend line.
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Not reproducible for me with LibreOffice 184.108.40.206.0+ built at home under Ubuntu 14.10 x86-64.
Closing as WorksForMe. Please, feel free to reopen if you still encounter the same issue with one of the current stable versions or the master.
Best regards. JBF