Created attachment 86467 [details]
The file to reproduce the bug
This bug accured to me simultaneously with bug 69698, with the same file.
The version of LO is 22.214.171.124. The OS is Ubuntu 12.04 up-to-date.
To reproduce the bug :
- download the attachment. It's a .ods file. Open it.
- There is only one sheet, called GES_sélection. It has 1 chart but also 1 image which is a screen capture of the same chart, when formatting was done, before saving the file.
- Double-click the chart to edit it. Right-click to open the 'Data ranges' window.
- Choose the 'Data series' tab.
- Edit the existing 'Unamed series' to have as values : for the Name, cell A21, for the high value cell E21, for the low value cell B21.
- Add four other series, one for each line of data (22 to 25) using the matching cells for Names (A22 to A25), high values (E22 to E25), low values (B22 to B25).
- Close the 'Data ranges' window.
- For each one of the data points in the chart : double click to open the 'Data series' window and change the width (I set it to 5 mm).
- You end up having a graph similar to the one in the picture on the right-hand side, with the names of the series at the bottom, a thick line with a distinct colour for each.
- Save the file and close it.
- Open it again : all changes are gone.
I can confirm that behavior on LO 126.96.36.199 (Win7 32bit). But still can't analyze what's going on there.
Emm..Have you ever tried fill in "Open Values" & "Close Values" so no ranges leave blank ?
I also saw "Categories" field filled in incorrectly & "First row as label" checked, were it by intention?
Well .. I tried filling the Open and Close values, using the same cells as (respectively) the Low and High values, and deleting the Categories value.
After I save and re-open the file, the Data ranges are still there (that's already an improvement), but the Open values have disappeared.
Besides, when I change the line width of the Data points in the charts, after re-opening the file, it is back to it's default value, save for the first point.
Following your steps, I got the same results with LO 188.8.131.52 and LO 184.108.40.206.alpha0+ on Windows 7 Home Premium, but:
Opening this document in LO 220.127.116.11 portable show the changes, though edit the Chart return to the same state as we find by opening it in the higher versions.
Trying to resize the Chart, without moving the mouse, just by clicking on handle, show two supersosed views:
the previous changes, and you can see that they were saved.
the edit mode, with one Data point missing.
So, for me,the Edit mode can not be quit. this is the real bug.
Do you agree with that?
Forget Edit mode. Nothing to see with that.
The bug still occurs in my file.
I have found a way to cope with it for my work but I wanted to report it to the developers.
I'm not sure if this is the same bug I'm hitting but I experience similar behavior. After some experimentation, I narrowed this down to the following behavior:
If I have a chart (I'm using column charts, not sure if this is chart type specific or not) where I define data series, the reference to the data series is lost and replaced by static data tables. There are some specifics though. This happens only when there are more than one data series in the chart. On the other hand this doesn't happen if there is a Data Range defined for the chart (which is the case when the data series constitute one continuous area).
I hope this information helps you at least a bit. If you need any more help debugging this behavior, feel free to let me know.
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I have tried with the new version of LO 5.
The chart used to reproduce the bug is now empty so it is not possible to reproduce it.
The bug may still exist but it is not possible to test it.