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Sujet : Re: [libreoffice-l10n] Re: Error in English string?
Date : Wed, 26 Nov 2014 09:46:32 +0100
De : Sophie <>
Pour : Jesper Hertel <>

Hi Jesper
Le 26/11/2014 01:16, Jesper Hertel a écrit :
Okay, so there are actually *19 places *where these mysterious "chart
documents" are mentioned:

(I search for exact phrase because it is faster, so I left out the c/C in
"chart" in the search).

I wonder what is right. I just never heard of "chart documents", and I
cannot find any in LibreOffice 4.4 when I look around. Under File | New… I
cannot create a new "Chart document"…?


2014-11-26 1:09 GMT+01:00 Jesper Hertel <>:

There is an English string that I find strange in LibreOffice 4.4:,target&soptions=exact&unit=28584506


00040502.xhp par_id3151117 143 help.text


The text for this string says

"Choose <emph>Format - Chart Wall - Transparency</emph> tab (chart

Shouldn't that be:

"Choose <emph>Format - Chart Wall - Transparency</emph> tab (chart

As far as I know, there are no "chart documents" in LibreOffice, but there
are chart objects, and the text does apply to chart objects.

There is a chart file format .odc which is currently not in use in
LibreOffice but it exists in ODF, see here:
Kind regards

Sophie Gautier
Co-founder - Release coordinator
The Document Foundation

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