There are cases where you may want to collected a growing set of data rows that feed into a chart. In such cases it would be beneficial to be able to scroll down the data set while keeping the chart at a fixed position on the screen.
It is currently possible to anchor a chart to a top row and use 'freeze' to fix the column headings in place. When doing this the top of the chart remains fixed while the portion of the chart below the 'freeze' line scrolls with the data.
I am not sure if this should be considered a bug or a feature request. If it is a bug it would be great if the entire chart remained intact when anchored to a cell. Otherwise I would like to request the ability to anchor to the display.
(In reply to Brandon Hines from comment #0)
> It is currently possible to anchor a chart to a top row and use 'freeze' to
> fix the column headings in place. When doing this the top of the chart
> remains fixed while the portion of the chart below the 'freeze' line scrolls
> with the data.
Could you attach such an example file?
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Sample Calc File
Here is a sample calc file. It does not seem to matter if I anchor the chart to the page or a cell. The results look the same.
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I also included a screenshot. I should note that I have not tried this on Windows or Mac, only Linux. I don't have easy access to any other computers with Libre Office installed.
Like you, I am unsure how to best categorize this.. leaving as enhancement for now.
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