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Subject: Re: [office] Drawing page names (Re: [office] OpenDocument TC Meeting Minutes 2006-02-13)
On Thursday 22 November 2007, Michael Brauer wrote: > Hi, > > while integrating this proposal into the specification, I noticed that > it would cause an inconsistency for tables: > > Tables are not per se graphical objects, so it seems a little bit > uncommon to add svg elements to them. We had a similar situation for > hyperlinks, where we use an "office:title" attribute instead. I > therefore suggest that we reuse the office:title attribute for tables, > and add an office:desc attribute, too. I'm a bit confused, because this proposal was about drawing pages only, not about tables, wasn't it? I don't mind that we're talking about a title for tables since my post from yesterday wants "unique name separated from user-visible title" for tables too, but I'm just surprised :) > I further suggest that specify that the two attributes are ignored, if > the table element is a child of an draw:frame element, because in this > situation, the frame itself has a title and a description. This confuses me too. table:table cannot be a direct child of draw:frame, can it? (or is this new in odf-1.2?) Or do you mean with a draw:text-box as intermediary? But then you could have other text before and after the table and then a title+description for the table still makes sense... -- David Faure, email@example.com, sponsored by Trolltech to work on KDE, Konqueror (http://www.konqueror.org), and KOffice (http://www.koffice.org).