2.3 m213 Snapshot - Release Notes
These notes contains changes between SRC680_m212 and SRC680_m213.
This release will install as OOo-Dev2.3.
Sources can be received from cvs by tag SRC680_m213.
What's new ?
|Feature title||TaskId||Spec. title||Spec. abstract||Dev. owner||Spec. link||Component|
|Insert/Title Dialog Layout Changed||i13443||With the “Insert Title” dialog for charts, a user can decide which title objects in a chart are shown, and what content they have. There is a main title, a sub title and axis-titles for some firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|offer to switch to a Simple 3d look in charts||i14202||All 3D settings for a chart are merged into one dialog called “3D View”. It offers settings for perspective, appearance, and email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|exploded 3D pies and donuts||i20321||Chart Wizard||Charts can be created with a new Chart Wizard.||Matthias Müller-Prove /MMP||speclink||chart|
|more easy creation of charts / new wizard||i20344||Chart Wizard||Charts can be created with a new Chart Wizard.||Matthias Müller-Prove /MMP||speclink||chart|
|enhanced logarithmic scales||i26869||This specification describes the scaling behavior of charts as well as the settings for the visible interval marks and the grid lines inside the firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Strings for Undo in Charts||i27351||Chart Undo||Undo actions are represented to the user with email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|enhanced logarithmic scales||i27694||This specification describes the scaling behavior of charts as well as the settings for the visible interval marks and the grid lines inside the firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Automatic axis scaling||i30426||Automatic Axis Scaling||This document describes how axes are scaled automatically in the new chart module. The goal of automatic axis scaling is to visualize all data points best possible in the available plot email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|Flexible Source-Range Selection||i3997||Allow users to associate source-ranges of spreadsheet data to single chart-objects in different roles, like the x-values of a data-series in a scatter chart. Especially different data series with different x-values are commonly used in competitor's firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|enhanced selection handling||i58161||Chart Selection Handling||This document describes how the selection via mouse works in the new chart module. The goal of the mouse handling is to be predictable and email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|Export donut charts according to spec||i58457||
Donut charts now are written to xml according to the ODF specification. Wrong files from former versions are converted during loading. As former versions are buggy they will not be able to import the new correct files correctly. So switch to the corrected version completely when you use this chart type.
|Export manual scales for percent charts correctly||i59288||
Percent charts with user defined scales now are written to xml correctly. Wrong files from former versions are converted during loading. As former versions are buggy they will not be able to import the new correct files correctly. So switch to the corrected version completely when you use this kind of charts.
|Menu for Charts||i60358||Chart Menu Structure||By activating a chart (select and double click it) the main menu structure offers commands to edit the type, style and appearance of the chart. Terminology is simplified and the menus are easier to access because the items are grouped in meaningful firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Chart Data Editor email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|New Default Colors for Chartsfirstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Chart-Specific Toolbars||i70287||When editing a chart the user interface provides some chart-specific functions in email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|Terms for Chart Elements||i74907||Chart Object Names||This document specifies the names of the different chart firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Terms for Chart Elements||i74909||Chart Object Names||This document specifies the names of the different chart email@example.com||speclink||chart|
|simplified 3D dialog for charts||i75176||All 3D settings for a chart are merged into one dialog called “3D View”. It offers settings for perspective, appearance, and firstname.lastname@example.org||speclink||chart|
|Automatic update for charts in Writer||i55007||
Hi, As with CWS chart2mst3: The checkbox in the dialog "Tools/Options/Star Office Writer/General" named "Charts" is now indented the same level as the "Fields" box. Also enabling/disabling the "Field" box does not have an effect on the "Chart" box anymore. Thus toggling of automatic updates for charts is now fully a flag on it's own. If that flag is set and changes to a table cell (with a chart attached) are made the chart will be updated a moment after the cursor leaves the current cell. And this is right after the formula fields in a table got updated. Thus chart will get the correct value for every field. Previously the chart was only updated if cells/rows/columns got deleted/inserted or if a cell changed that was used in a formula field of another cell. Now all changes to a cells content will trigger the automatic update for the chart object if the cursor leaves the cell. Regards, Thomas
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