Created attachment 93463 [details]
XLS file that horribly displays charts in LibreOffice
Some line charts and bar graphs display totally wrong.
The last two charts for Monthly Giving in attached file don't display correctly.
Created attachment 93464 [details]
Correct results shown in Excel PDF file
Shows how it should XLS example should display.
Testing with 220.127.116.11 and Ubuntu 13.10, compared with the given pdf
- Giving trend vs Budget => displays correctly
- Spending trend vs Budget => has the legend that overlap the x axis months
- Giving 2013 vs 2012 => displays correctly
- Monthly giving => has Dec plotted in Monthly data series
- Monthly giving progress => has the label Budget Goal overlapping x axis
==> so data are not wrong but labels are sometimes misplaced.
Set as New - Sophie
This bug is inherited from OOo - updating version
This is not a major bug - major is for bugs that lose data, this displays data incorrectly but this falls into the "prevents professional quality work" which is a normal bug.
As Sophie described the bug beautifully - it looks to me like 3 bugs in one bug report which is unfortunate as it makes it a lot harder to find a developer to fix the issue. Each chart displays a separate issue - which means that each chart will require a *different* fix.
If at all possible it would be nice to separate these into three bug reports, to strip the documents down to just the essentials (developers will have to dig into the xml code, the more extraneous stuff, the harder it is to do that), and close this bug as INVALID (because it's actually multiple bug reports in one...).
That being said, I won't close it. I highly suggest that the original reporter split this up and simplify.
@Robert - thanks for your patience, LibreOffice relies on volunteers, if a volunteer finds this to be an interesting bug to fix, they will do so. But, I promise it'll be easier if it's 1 bug per report and not "here is a sheet that displays things wrong in different ways."
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Created attachment 154190 [details]
XLS file compared in MSO-2016 LO-older-4.2 LO-master-6.4+
Already noted this is wrong bug report. We may close this one and report 3 issue separately or decide which issue is this bug for. I couldn't find exact similar reports, although they may exist.
> - GIVING TREND VS BUDGET => displays correctly
> - SPENDING TREND VS BUDGET => has the legend that overlap the x axis months
1. Still repro in 6.4+. Different in MSO-created XLSX, no overlap.
> - GIVING 2013 VS 2012 => displays correctly
> - MONTHLY GIVING => has Dec plotted in Monthly data series
2. Combo chart of two Line with Markers. Looks better in 6.4+. Only the final line Montly Giving Actual for month (Dec) ends at zero, unlike MSO that has no Dec at all in chart, because data series is up to Nov. Happens both in XLS and MSO-created XLSX.
> - MONTHLY GIVING PROGRESS => has the label Budget Goal overlapping x axis
3. Text Box shape related to chart. Still repro in 6.4+. Happens only in XLS, not in MSO-created XLSX.
I'll change the bug to 3. and retitle "Fileopen XLS: Text Box in Chart wrong positioned (OK in XLSX)".
(In reply to Timur from comment #6)
> > - GIVING TREND VS BUDGET => displays correctly
> > - SPENDING TREND VS BUDGET => has the legend that overlap the x axis months
1. Still repro in 6.5+. Not this bug.
> > - GIVING 2013 VS 2012 => displays correctly
> > - MONTHLY GIVING => has Dec plotted in Monthly data series
2. Combo chart of two Line with Markers. Looks better in 6.4+. Only the
I think that XLSX was bug 127393, so I'll see about XLS. Not this bug.
> > - MONTHLY GIVING PROGRESS => has the label Budget Goal overlapping x axis
3. Text Box shape related to chart. Still repro in 6.5+. This bug.