When I open xlsx document and save changes, show me border cells with width 6 pixels
when I open excel document that show me border cells with width 1 pixel
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
it's ocurred when on cells from table with borders external and internal painted
Created attachment 79263 [details]
the result when open the saved worksheet
This is the result when open the saved worksheet
Hola Rodrígo, thanks for reporting.
Please do a try changing the Anti-Aliasing in Menu/Tools/Options/LibreOffice/View.
confirmed this bug on LO 220.127.116.11 (Win7 Home Premium 32bit)
Steps to reproduce:
1. Open new blank spreadsheet
2. Choose & click any cell > right click > Format Cells > Borders
3. Type 1 under 'Width' > choose & click 'Set All Four Borders' under 'Line arrangement - Default' > OK
4. Save as *.xlsx
5. Close & reopen that file
See that cell will have 4pt width (right clicking the cell > Format Cells > Borders)
Enabling or disabling 'Anti-aliasing' have no effect
I think this bug exists since LO 3.6
I believe this to be a duplicate of bug #52578. Can someone please confirm if the description in the title of that bug and my comment at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=52578#c5 describe what is occurinng here? Comment #4 would seem to indicate that it is. Thanks.
In my opinion it's same. XLSX can't remember border width correctly (file save problem).
I Confirm that this bug exist in LO version 4.0.2 (tested both Ubuntu 13.04 and Ubuntu 12.04).
Mine have 4pt thick border.
This bug similar/duplicate to bug 52578
> When I open xlsx document and save changes, show me border cells with width
> 6 pixels
Reporter's description told something different with others: 6pt not 4 pt?
@Rodrigo: is it possible if you attach your spreadsheet showing that problem?
Thanks for confirming. The original description stated "6 pixels" rather than "6pt" and given approximately 96 pixels per inch on screen and 72pt per inch I think that effectively indicates the same value. I am therefore closing as a duplicate of the indicated bug.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 52578 ***
> Thanks for confirming. The original description stated "6 pixels" rather
> than "6pt" and given approximately 96 pixels per inch on screen and 72pt per
> inch I think that effectively indicates the same value. I am therefore
> closing as a duplicate of the indicated bug.
Ups..I've just know that :) So 6 pixels similar to 4 pt
Thanks for your explanation