Created attachment 68616 [details]
sample (ods) that shows problem.
See attachment (sample.ods).
Zoomed at 100% the complete contenst is visible. see attachment (100percent.gif)
When zooming to e.g. 90% by clicking on the minus left of the zoom-scale in the status bar of the form, the content is partly hidden because it no longer fits in the cell. see attachment (90percent.gif)
IMO when zooming the layout should not change.
Created attachment 68617 [details]
sample zoomed at 100% (gif)
Created attachment 68618 [details]
sample zoomed at 90% (gif)
I can confirm this bug on LO 4.3.1
It's particularly bad because the page numbering goes crazy: depending on the zoom (80-90-120%...) the number of pages in the spreadsheet changes (e.g. when you have a macro showing the page number).
The only "workaround" is working constantly at the same zoom level, which is not a viable solution.
Set to HIGH normal: Calc becomes potentially useless working on some documents.
Another (weak) workaround, at the beginning of a macro you can use something like:
ThisComponent.CurrentController.ZoomValue = 100
It's still a poor solution, users might be disoriented by a zoom automatic change.
I've also experienced this issue with LibreOffice, on Ubuntu, and for some years now, up to and including Version 188.8.131.52.
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Problem still present in version 5.2.3 (Windows7).
I think this bug is a duplicate of bug 73658.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 73658 ***
(In reply to Tom Colley from comment #8)
> I think this bug is a duplicate of bug 73658.
> *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 73658 ***
It would be better practise to make the newer bug report (i.e. bug 73658) a duplicate of the older one (i.e. bug 56028).
For instance, bug 56028 shows that the problem occurs since (at least) version 184.108.40.206, whereas bug 73658 suggests that the problem only exists since version 220.127.116.11. .
I will change this.
*** Bug 73658 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 108274 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 108638 ***