Created attachment 124210 [details]
document with the problem
In the attached document cells D19 to D28 have a border line on their right side. The cells with the numbers 1-4 have a width of 0,75 pt the cells with numbers 5-10 have with 0,05pt. However, the line is shown as the same thickness. If I print this document the difference is there (dfferent thickness of the borders).
This is confusing behavior, as I expect to have the same result on my screen as when printing a document.
Thanks for filing the issue.
Looking at bug 79787, and especially the explanation in a related commit
it looks to me as if your report can be marked as as duplicate..
Can you please check if that is OK?
Regards - Cor
Created attachment 124212 [details]
picture of the printed output
Hi Cor, I'm not really sure about this, the problem is ocurring in a ods file I'm currently using.
It might be that this problem originates from a docx document, or was round tripped once, but I can't remember if this is true. What makes you think this is the same problem?
By taking a closer look the bug might indeed be related. You can close it as a duplicate, I will retest this onces the other issue is fixed.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 79787 ***
(In reply to Roeland from comment #3)
> Hi Cor, I'm not really sure about this, the problem is ocurring in a ods
> file I'm currently using.
Ah sorry, I missed that.
> It might be that this problem originates from a docx document, or was round
> tripped once, but I can't remember if this is true. What makes you think
> this is the same problem?
No it is not related I see now.
I confirm the problem (and will look for existing issues on this subject.. )
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #6)
> I confirm the problem (and will look for existing issues on this subject.. )
that I do not see... hmm.
Actually the issue is more easy to reproduce than I thought.
I guess this will be more like an improvement request than a bug report:
Steps to reproduce:
*select some cells in calc, then rightclick and chose "format cells".
*create some lines around some cells with 0.05pt, then take a small part of those lines with 0.75
*result: although the thickness of the lines isn't the same, they look exactly the same in Calc. The difference is noticable when printing though (see attachment).
* or this is a printing issue
* or this is no issue, and I would like to propose to improve this situation so that differences in thickness can be visually noted
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I can not represent the bug.
Laptop resolution is 1366x768 and when the calc sheet is on 100% every border looks the same no matter the thickness.
When zoomed in at over 180% one can see the differences in border thickness.
Tested with version:
- 22.214.171.124 (x64)
- 126.96.36.199.beta2 (x64)
Windows 10 64
Locale: bg-BG (bg_BG)
(In reply to Chavdar from comment #10)
> Not confirmed
> I can not represent the bug.
> Laptop resolution is 1366x768 and when the calc sheet is on 100% every
> border looks the same no matter the thickness.
> When zoomed in at over 180% one can see the differences in border thickness.
Thanks for testing Chavdar.
Closing as notabug. It's just a matter of screen resolution.
On my system, setting zoom to ~250%, shows the difference of 0.75 pt
and setting zoom to ~310%, shows the difference of 0.50 pt
Tested in Version: 188.8.131.52.alpha0+
Build ID: 99210a149c859fcd683870b280adaeeffd1250e4
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: gtk2;
TinderBox: Linux-rpm_deb-x86_64@70-TDF, Branch:master, Time: 2017-12-17_23:57:18
Locale: nl-NL (nl_NL.UTF-8); Calc: group threaded