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Subject: Re: [opendocument-users] Re: How to interpret the default-cell-style-name attribute in spreadsheets

Hello all,

it seems, the discussion came to an end. Let me summarize my observations:

1. There's nothing explicitly mentioned in the current spec, which says that 
the @dcsn should be used for the used area only.
2. The only interpretation, that allows the @dcsn to be applied to the used 
area, results in different interpretations for spreadsheet and other apps.
3. Applying the @dcsn to the used area only would mean an exception as all 
other column/row attributes apply to the whole column/row.

The @dcsn should be applied to the whole column/row.

1. Split the third paragraph of 8.1 "Basic Table Model", so it becomes more 
obvious, that the rendering part belongs to both kind of apps. It would also 
increase the readability.
2. Clarify, that the spreadsheet loading part refers to the dimension of the 
spreadsheet app, not the dimension of the saved doc. It's already given 
by 'just like in an empty sheet', but obviously it's not definite enough.

The rest seems for me well-defined. Seriously, my respect to the guys 
involved. Even more, if they all were working on the same spreadsheet app 
(OO.o Calc) as it was stated. Specifications/Definitions don't belong to the 
trivial parts of development.

Hats off,

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