Thank you very much for this explanation.
Le 21/06/2020 à 20:44, Caolán McNamara a écrit :
On Sun, 2020-06-21 at 17:50 +0200, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:
Does someone know where the following string is used:
Source text: From vertical middle cell
It's one of a group of 4 modes. RID_SVXITEMS_ROTATE_MODE_STANDARD,
RID_SVXITEMS_ROTATE_MODE_TOP, RID_SVXITEMS_ROTATE_MODE_CENTER and
To see where that group is used, in calc use the style pane and right
click a cell style and modify. Choose the "Alignment" tab and there are
three options for "Reference Edge" if you select the non-default, e.g.
"Text Extension Inside Cell" and go to the organizer tab then the
"Contains" section will use the text of
RID_SVXITEMS_ROTATE_MODE_STANDARD "Rotation only within cell"
I don't see a specific UI element to choose the 4th
RID_SVXITEMS_ROTATE_MODE_CENTER variant that you specifically mention
but it looks like it's possible to import documents that use it, in
which case I'd expect that text to be shown in the organizer tab of a
style that uses it like the rest of the family.
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