[Libreoffice-qa] [ANN] LibreOffice 4.2.0 RC3 available
pedlino at gmail.com
Sun Jan 26 15:07:39 PST 2014
Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote
>> sophi wrote
>>> It's no a blocker, there is no data loss
>>Pedro a écrit
>> Actually that is not true. If you print to PDF or to paper and give that
>> someone convinced that it is the same as what is on your screen, there is
>> fact data loss.
> I disagree, printing a spreadsheet with computations on decimal numbers,
> produces always a data loss because numbers are rounded. But you do not
> loss any data in your spreadsheet, only on the paper. Printing acts as a
> filter, it keeps some data and leaves out some others. You must manage
That is simply NOT the same. The spreadsheet prints as many decimal cases as
you want. If you choose to hide them on screen you OBVIOUSLY do not expect
them to be printed.
Conversely, if they are VISIBLE on screen, then it is a serious BUG that
they are NOT printed, and there IS data loss when you transmit a PDF
containing data TRUNCATED by the software.
If TDF does not consider this DATA LOSS, then that is their problem.
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