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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Calc Guide 6.2 - Reworked


Hello Caroline, All !

I am chasing more bugs in the book assembly with master document,
especially with the PDF bookmarks that should work like a PDF TOC. Some
entries, not all, are wrong.

Olivier
PS. Other issues were track records not disabled for final publishing
and master document TOC must be based on alternate styles (more on that
later)

Em 11/01/2020 10:43, Caroline Carlisle Tidwell escreveu:
> Hello all.
>
> I have been new to the team as I do this on the side in addition to my many
> other hats. I wanted to first be positive and say I think the* 6.2
> Published Calc Guide* looks pretty good, especially for volunteer effort!
>
> However, it seems that the old bug as listed in Olivier's note *86322* and
> confirmed across the team in consensus it is still is there. From my
> programming in C++ with Word, I think I understand what is going on with
> the images, so if someone has a personal connection with the OL team
> programmers, then we might let them know this one. What happens is the
> Captioning measurement creates a text box frame around the entire image and
> I think it might want to measure only the exact two lines below the image
> to provide a box or rectangle beneath the image. That is one part of the
> disappearing act that is happening. The other part is the vanishing and it
> might be correlated to the same thing. The programming gets confused as
> which frame or box to read first and it tries to do it all at once. This
> happens in Word occasionally too and also creates a weight issue with
> Headers and Footers sometimes. The programming bascially gets to fat for
> the box and when it weighs too much it falls off the page. When you insert
> the image or text box, it should only read the exact line number of the
> click from the mouse.
>
> I am hoping this *86322* will be functional with the next publish. It about
> drove me crazy this last review.
>
> Regards,
> Caroline
>
>
> 1.404.584.8180 office
> www.linkedin.com/in/vandyjuggler
>
>
>
> On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 1:34 PM Olivier Hallot <
> olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org> wrote:
>
>> Hi All, Hi Jean
>>
>> I saved the Published/ contents in Archives/Published/ and replaced with
>> the contents of the reworked mater document and chapters, to compile the
>> book with a master document.
>>
>> To correctly handle the master document I had to spend some time...
>> - Rework the master document initial contents to hold the cover, the
>> Copyright front matter and global table of contents.
>>
>> - Convert images anchored as character into anchored in paragraph in all
>> chapters and only when they were in a frame containing a caption (*).
>>
>> - Added a section to wrap the Copyright and Contents of each chapter and
>> define a hide condition "book eq 1" ("book" is a field of category
>> variable). When book=1 in the master document, the copyright and
>> contents of the chapter are hidden, otherwise each chapter display the
>> Copyright and Contents when opened individually.
>>
>> I'll appreciate a review of the PDF generated with this procedure, and
>> I'll be glad to fix any issue that is reported. I am not a publisher
>> specialist and the master document procedure may have left some glitches.
>>
>> The folder Published/ has been made public (Read only) so everything is
>> downloadable
>>
>> https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/s/bbawfrEfMz4zDyw
>>
>> PDF:
>> https://nextcloud.documentfoundation.org/s/ggpaMN4QrAgGqn9
>>
>> Kind regards
>> Olivier
>>
>> (*) Bug https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=86322
>> prevent images with character anchors to display in Master Document. As
>> results, the frame with caption only displays the caption with no image.
>> Nevertheless the frame keeps the size of the original image, even if
>> invisible.
>> To circumvent: For each image inside the chapter, anchor the image to
>> PARAGRAPH inside the frame.
>> Select the image in the frame, click mouse button 2, select Anchor,
>> choose To Paragraph.
>> An extra paragraph may (or not) pop at the top of the caption inside the
>> frame. Just delete it.
>> --
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Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Calc Guide 6.2 - ReworkedOlivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org>
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[libreoffice-documentation] Calc Guide 6.2 - ReworkedOlivier Hallot <olivier.hallot@libreoffice.org>
Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Calc Guide 6.2 - ReworkedCaroline Carlisle Tidwell <carlislec@gmail.com>
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