On 2012-01-31 6:19 PM, TomW <email@example.com> wrote:
On 2012-01-31 06:42, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 2012-01-30 3:36 PM, Cor Nouws <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I tried in 3.4.5 and it works there fine too. Ctrl-V creates a nice
Impress-table with the content that I copy from Calc.
But... we don't want to convert the copied cells into an Impress Table
when pasting them, we want them to be an embedded 'spreadsheet', that
when double-clicked, allows you to edit it as if it was a spreadsheet.
This is how it used to work a long time ago - and how Microsoft Office
works by default.
I don't know which version/update changed this...
I'll have to find an example spreadsheet/Presentation that causes this
problem and file a bug and upload them to it...
Thanks for checking Cor...
OOo 2.4.2 pastes as a calc8 file by default.
OOo 3.2.1 pastes as table of cells by default.
Thanks very much for looking at this, but a question to confirm...
It looks like you didn't check every version in between, just figured
out that it changed somewhere between 2.4.2 and 3.2.1, correct?
Now, I guess the questions are, 1) what was the precise version where
this behavior changed, 2) was the change intentional, and 3) if so, *why*.
Imho, the default behavior should mimic MSO (the most popular office
package with the largest installed base, whether one likes it or not).
Cor? anyone? Should I just go file a bug?
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