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Subject: Re: [office-comment] chart:include-hidden-cells attribute

Hello Owen.

I want to confirm receipt of your two issue reports and thank you for them.

The first one, the editorial error ("specifies specify") is a duplicate issue that we've been tracking in JIRA here:


The 2nd issue, was discussed on our call yesterday.  You can track it here:



Rob Weir, Co-Chair OASIS Open Document Format Technical Committee

Owen Genat <owen.genat@gmail.com> wrote on 12/21/2013 09:11:02 AM:

> From: Owen Genat <owen.genat@gmail.com>

> To: office-comment@lists.oasis-open.org
> Date: 12/21/2013 09:08 AM
> Subject: [office-comment] chart:include-hidden-cells attribute
> I have raised this LibreOffice bug:

> ... to try and get some clarity on how the chart:include-hidden-
> cells attribute is supposed to be interpreted, depending on whether
> the reference is to a local or external dataset (spreadsheet). ODF
> v1.2, Part 1, 20.25 states:
> > The chart:include-hidden-cells attribute specifies whether data
> points in hidden cells are
> > plotted in a chart. The default is to plot data points in hidden cells.
> > This attribute can be used within styles that are applied to a
> <chart:plot-area> element.
> > The defined values for the chart:include-hidden-cells attribute are:
> > ● false: data points in hidden cells are not plotted in a chart.
> > ● true: data points in hidden cells are plotted in a chart.

> Is there some qualifying text that I have missed restricting this to
> only locally hidden cells (references), or is the expectation that
> this behaviour will be consistent regardless of the nature of the
> reference? Currently LibreOffice ignores this attribute for all
> external references to hidden cells.

> Thanks, Owen.

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