Can't select 'All' if a filter is on, end the last value filtered on has been deleted while the filter is on. Filter indicator in top cell stays in on position too.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create spreadsheet with column headers
2. Create autofilter
3. Add value 'a' in one or multiple rows in the empty column
4. Add value 'b' in one or more empty places in the column (be sure to leave some empty columns)
If I filter on value 'a', by removing the tick on ALL and ticking 'a' I see all rows with 'a' in it. So far soo good.
If I filter on 'a' and 'b' the ALL tick goes on too, and I see 'a', 'b' and '' [empty].
A consistent interface would not couple ALL to only values in the selection if there are empty fields also.
Add a tickbox for empty fields in the field selection and remove it from the top menu. For ease of use leave the 'not empty' selection, but change that to entering the correct ticks.
This solution makes the user interface consistent and also solves the bug that a selection can't be undone when the selection is on, and the selected values are deleted.
Operating System: Mac OS X
Version: 188.8.131.52 release
Hi Rob -
You mind attaching a simple test case here? I tried following your steps but I don't see the same problem. Perhaps my simple test case is different from yours.
Once you provide a simple test case mark the bug as UNCONFIRMED again. Thanks!
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Screenprint filtering on 'a'
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The screen after filtering on 'a'
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Filtering on 'a' and 'b'
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Inc2 prep data
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inc2 filter screen
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inc2 filter data
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inc2 data after delete
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Trying to undo filter
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workaround undo filter
I added the file, created by executing steps 1 trrough 4 (Testfile –- testfile-after_step_4.ods)
Files: screenprint filtering on 'a'
screenprint filtered on 'a'
screenprint filtering on 'a' and 'b'
I executed the following steps:
– Filter on value 'a' by ticking box
Note: The 'All' box switches off automatically
The data view is now as in the file
– Now adding 'b' to filter
The 'All' box is automatically ticked.
This is wrong, since 'a' and 'b' is someting else as 'All';
I am not able to untick 'All'.
Inconsistencies in filter select popup:
Files: screenprint inconsistency1-selecting
Filter on 'Not empty'
A: There is no indicator what the current selection is
B: If I select 'Not empty' it should be the same as 'a' and 'b' (in my case). Why are the boxes not automatically ticked?
Files: screenprint inconsistency2-prep-data
screenprint inconsistency2-filter screen
screenprint inconsistency2-filter data
screenprint inconsistency2-filter data after delete
screenprint inconsistency2-trying to undo filter
Delete one of the values in the column (I deleted all occurrences of 'a')
Filter on 'b' by selecting on 'Not empty'
Note: Can't do this by ticking 'b' since 'All' is ticked automatically if I tick 'b'!!
Now delete the values
C: There is now no obvious way to undo the selection
Note: The column is in the top line still marked as 'active selection' and the 'All' box is ticked!
While in scenario one all selections are undone by ticking 'All', this is not true for scenario 2.
The only way I found to unselect is to go through the standard filter and select -none- for the column (File: Screenprint-workaround undo filter)
All of this would be solved by the following changes:
1- Add 'Empty' to the ticklist, and remove it from the text selection
2- Make clear 'not empty' has been selected (a tick after the text will do)
3- Make 'not empty' and 'All' mark appropriate list boxes
4- Mark 'not empty' if all boxes except 'Empty' are marked
In this case 'All' always clears any filter!
Hope this explains,
This bug is related to "[Bug 46062] FILTER: Autofilter automatically selects All if only one category and empty cells exist", but it is not the same!
The suggested solution for this bug also solves [Bug 46062] though.
is this bug duplicate of bug 68406 or bug 57431?
Why is this still unconfirmed ?
Confirming on OSX 10.9.5
Selecting cells with a value also includes empty cells and sets "All" filter, so empty cells also get displayed
Build ID: edfb5295ba211bd31ad47d0bad0118690f76407d
bug 68406 is related but not the same in that it reports part of the problem. The suggested solution for this problem solved bug 68406 too, though.
Bug 68406 is reporting the same problem, and contains part of the solution because it doesn't refer to the function of all. It does reference the inconsistency in the menu structure. Also here, the problem gets resolved by the suggestion in this bug.
I retested this on Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63)
using: LO Version: 184.108.40.206
Build ID: 958349dc3b25111dbca392fbc281a05559ef6848
The reported problem regarding the inconsistency in the menu tickboxes is resolved. The 'Empty tickbox' is available now, and it works as expected.
The problem regarding the menu item 'Not Empty' is not completely resolved. It does work, but there's no indication that its selected. It can be undone by selecting the All tickbox (and that's good).
The only remaining problem is now that there is no indication that the 'Not Empty' menu item has been used. When used, all tickboxes are unmarked, while they should all except the 'Empty' tickbox should be ticked.
The same situation occurs when the 'Empty' menuitem is selected. Only the empty tickbox should be ticked, but it isn't.
In both situations the arrow button starting the pulldown menu is correctly indicating that a selection is in effect.
(In reply to Rob from comment #23)
> I retested this on Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (11G63)
> using: LO Version: 220.127.116.11
> Build ID: 958349dc3b25111dbca392fbc281a05559ef6848
> The reported problem regarding the inconsistency in the menu tickboxes is
> resolved. The 'Empty tickbox' is available now, and it works as expected.
> The problem regarding the menu item 'Not Empty' is not completely resolved.
> It does work, but there's no indication that its selected. It can be undone
> by selecting the All tickbox (and that's good).
> The only remaining problem is now that there is no indication that the 'Not
> Empty' menu item has been used. When used, all tickboxes are unmarked, while
> they should all except the 'Empty' tickbox should be ticked.
> The same situation occurs when the 'Empty' menuitem is selected. Only the
> empty tickbox should be ticked, but it isn't.
> In both situations the arrow button starting the pulldown menu is correctly
> indicating that a selection is in effect.
Sorry, it apears I have fields just containing one space. That showed in the list of tickboxes. After deleting the space, the tickbox disapeared also, and my initial euphoria quickly vanished....
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Works for me on
Build ID: ce3d3f5543e3e132a3473af27aa2c827336add0f
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Locale : fr-FR (fr.UTF-8)
with test file provided by bug reporter. Closing as such.