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OO 3.4 Graph Irregularities

 
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:23 pm    Post subject: OO 3.4 Graph Irregularities Reply with quote

There are at least the following two graph issues with OO 3.4, which I hope somebody can relay to the correct party for correction.

(1)
This is inherited from transition to OO 3.3, but which I did not have a channel to report until now.
3-D graphs created have the left half panel more "transparent" then the right half. It is very obvious, and does not happen in OO 3.2.

(2)
Some graphs created in OO 3.3 is showing the graph frame smaller than actual. The entire graph appears shrunken, but the alternate-Y axis label appears "outside" at the should be position. When you open the graph for editing, the frame reverts to the former, and correct size. However, when "OK" is pressed, the earlier smaller than actual frame re-appears. Currently the only way to solve the problem is to totally redo the graph, but this is painsticking, as there are hundreds of such to take care of. This however is not universal, as some graphs inherited from OO 3.3 do not seem affected. I cannot tell the difference between them however.

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