I have a complex set of many tens of sheets, with many containing graphs of data in other sheets. In 184.108.40.206 all the graph legends are empty. They are OK in 220.127.116.11.
I have tried to replicate the problem with a simple pair of sheets, one with a simple graph of the data in the other, but am so far unable to do so. I will keep trying and attach one later if I can.
I cannot attach the file that shows the problem, or even send it by pm, because it contains highly personal financial data. I may be able to cut it down to just one non-sensitive example.
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Spreadsheet demonstrating the problem
The attached has 2 sheets - a graph and some data. In 18.104.22.168 the legend is blank. In 22.214.171.124 and previous is it not.
This was created by deleting all non-relevant parts of a rather complex set of sheets. I'm hoping none of that data remains - I have looked. There are some empty macro modules (one per sheet) but that seems to be all. I'd be grateful if someone could inform me if I have left something other than the 2 sheets.
Hey Tim -
You are correct - and this looks quite nasty. Good catch.
LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 works fine
LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 rc & 4.3 master built just a few days ago are both broken.
Critical - loss of data (or at least a reading error that makes users think the data is lost), main component (chart legends are very common)
Highest - regression
CC'ing Markus - think this one might be yours (or kohei's perhaps)
I tried with some of my documents and the charts showed fine there. Looking further into it, I found that the legend disappears only if it has background colour set (in the sample provided here, it has white background). That problem is tracked at bug 72005 - resolving this one as duplicate.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 72005 ***
OK - thanks. I can see that if I change the transparency the legend appears.
When I tried creating a simple graph from scratch in 184.108.40.206 I couldn't reproduce the problem. I can't say I have ever set the background deliberately, but most of my graphs originally come from an Excel 2003 workbook, and that may be the source of the background colour.
I'll wait for #72005 (and others) to get fixed before migrating to 4.2.
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