I am running LibreOffice 188.8.131.52. My Operating System is Linux Mint 13.
I am wondering if there is a way to disable the automatic
updating/refreshing of the data in a chart while working on its properties.
For example, I have a line chart with 1440 points. If I try and change a
title, resize the chart, or do any simple task it takes a really long time.
Might not seem like a big deal but I have 22 spreadsheets to work on with
three charts per spreadsheet. In the future I plan on moving to larger data
sets and it will take even longer. Only thing I can think of is to change
my dataset to a small one while working on it, and then change it back when
I am done. If I could temporarily disable the automatic updating/refreshing
of the data and then re-enable it when I have made all changes that would be
ideal. Any thoughts?
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