I am submitting excel 2007 file with internal hyperlinks to sheets. when this file is opened in LO Calc, then cell contents are incorrectly rendered and hyperlinks point to incorrect sheets.
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Excel 2007 file with internal hyperlinks
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Excel 2007 file opened in excel - screen shot
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Excel 2007 file opened in LO Calc - screen shot
LO 4.3.5 works just fine, but without linebraks.
Do you see the problem in 188.8.131.52 - which is a rather old version, or also in later versions and did you check that 184.108.40.206 is the first with the problem?
With LO Version: 220.127.116.11
Cell contents are rendering correctly.
Internal Hyperlinks are preserved.
But I am still facing the following issues -
(1) Existing cell contents are not wrapping as per the cell boundary.
(2) I am not able to edit existing contents, neither by pressing F2 Key, nor in the formula bar.
(3) If I force overwrite existing content by typing something new, then hyperlinks are lost.
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Excel 2007 file opened in LO Calc Version: 18.104.22.168 - screen shot
Hey, could you edit the title of this bug to correspond to one of the remaining issues? You should create new reports for every other issue.
Set to UNCONFIRMED after editing.
See also closely related Bug 89424 .
It is generic behavior of the LO Calc, which to wrong and must change.
> It is generic behavior of the LO Calc, which to wrong and must change.
It is generic behavior of the LO Calc, which ^is^ wrong and must change.
Changed the title to be about the incorrect wrapping as your Bug 89424 covers the hyperlink editing.
For now, you can edit the hyperlinks like this:
1) Be in a cell with a hyperlink (don't press F2 or edit it)
2) Insert - Hyperlink
3) Edit the link text and press OK
Confirmed incorrect wrapping using:
Win 7 Pro 64-bit, LibO Version: 22.214.171.124
Build ID: de093506bcdc5fafd9023ee680b8c60e3e0645d7
Actually this can be closed as dupe, as hyperlink wrapping is broken everywhere.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 39910 ***