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Am 15.08.2012 18:12, schrieb Andreas Säger [via Document Foundation Mail
Am 15.08.2012 17:50, chilobo wrote:
Why can't Calc handle relative links correctly?

Let's do a simple test with a relative URL:
Security warning: "For security reasons, the hyperlink can not be
This happened in version 3.5.x.y
I installed today.
There Calc states:
... ist keine absolute URL, die zum Öffnen an eine externe Anwendung
übergeben werden kann.

Whenever you use an ordinary static hyperlink anywhere in this office
suite, it will be treated as a relative one even when it is displayed as
an absolute URL:
Insert>Hyperlink... point to ./B/
Now copy the document together with the B folder to some other place and
open the new document. The hyperlink will point to the file in the new B

I found that too, but that doesn't help me. I have a growing database, now
about 1000 datasets, in future about 4000. I will have about 5000 links to
pictures and PDF-documents of which about 4500 will be generated by
formulas, about 500 entered directly, but relative because I have to pass
the sheet to different users using Excel and Calc.

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