Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||Alignment Lost in Table|
|Component:||code||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description mjneedles 2004-04-04 13:58:50 UTC
I have created a Labels document, user-defined format, landscape oriented letter-size page, two-up, four rows, designed to be auto-numbered tickets. I will attach the document to this issue. The problem is that the numbering fields, which are rotated text, will not retain the alignment formatting I specified. I want the number field centered in the table cell, both vertically and horizontally. Originally, it was that way, but it changed after printing once. Now I cannot get it back in the right position. Note that the document contains an invisible frame and field outside the margin on the top left of the first page. It can be made visible by View->Fields.
Comment 1 mjneedles 2004-04-04 14:27:33 UTC
Created attachment 14318 [details] labels with lost alignment (sometimes)
Comment 2 mjneedles 2004-04-04 14:28:43 UTC
This is odd, because I can't get the same behavior now. I have the printed evidence here, though, that it happens.
Comment 3 caiot1 2004-04-04 15:20:24 UTC
I've tested it and I wasn't able to reproduce it. I've tested in three different ways. One choosing "Update al links", one choosing "Not", in this dialog box , and one in "Read-only" At the three times it works fine. At the first two times the numbers only appear when in "Page preview". At the third time it appear always. It appear always in the center. If I've misunderstood you, may you attach screenshots? And tell us what diference between them? You may tell if it print right? You've tried to print it again? OBS: I'm under 680m32, WinXP (without any SP, but with some of the SP1 packs.)
Comment 4 mjneedles 2004-04-04 17:15:48 UTC
Created attachment 14320 [details] This example is concrete. See label 1, others based on it.
Comment 5 mjneedles 2004-04-04 17:17:00 UTC
The second attachment shows an example of the problem. The first label's number field will not center vertically, but all the others are so, and synchronizing the labels shows that the formatting is correct.
Comment 6 caiot1 2004-04-06 15:22:01 UTC
The second example has the issue.
Comment 7 michael.ruess 2004-04-13 07:36:39 UTC
MRU->HI: please have a look, if you can reproduce the problem. The vertical alignment seems to be lost when the document is printed.
Comment 8 h.ilter 2004-04-20 14:37:48 UTC
HI->FME: Very strange behavior. Please investigate.