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[libreoffice-users] vertical placement of charts while saving to pdf is wrong


Hi,

My graphs move vertically when I save my sheets to pdf. I spent hours
searching why but cannot find any clue. All properties look fine
(FrameRect, OriginalSize, BoundRect, VisibleArea, Position, Size). I
do not know where to search. No help on internet either.

Am I the only one?

I tried to make an simple example but cannot reproduce exactly what I
have on my big file. One think I noticed is the following, when I
click on the chart, I can see the 8 blue handles and also the coutour
of the chart as dashed line and the dashed contour is not superimposed
with the blue handles but shifted by a few lines up (see attached
image). Normally they match.

I have the impression that the charts are shifted when I duplicate a
worksheet...

Kind regards,

F

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Re: [libreoffice-users] vertical placement of charts while saving to pdf is wrongJean-Francois Nifenecker <jean-francois.nifenecker@laposte.net>
Re: [libreoffice-users] vertical placement of charts while saving to pdf is wrong"Paul D. Mirowsky" <p_mirowsky@bentaxna.com>
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