tdf#121845 rework custom shape path command U and T
vmiklos at collabora.com
Thu Feb 21 12:46:00 UTC 2019
On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 08:58:56PM +0100, Regina Henschel <rb.henschel at t-online.de> wrote:
> (1) My opinion, how the commands U and T should work, see comments in
> The description in the ODF 1.2 spec seems to be a copy of the VML spec
> proposal and is not clear.
Seeing that noone replied so far, just some thoughts...
Another source of information might be the drawingML spec, which is
supposed to be able to describe all features VML has. But the first is
part of OOXML strict, so possibly it has a bit better description.
> The implementation in MS Office is surely wrong,
> because it sets 0 degree in up-direction.
You mean the ODF filter of MS Office?
> (2) I have made the case distinction on the draw:type attribute.
> I'm not sure, that this is the correct way to go. A different way would be
> to add an internal property to shapes, which filter was used on opening.
> However that would touch much more parts and might be beyond my skills.
Storing the filter name is not great -- I think loading from MSO formats
and saving as ODF is a frequent use-case. If saving as ODF and reloading
changes how the commands are interpreted, that's problematic.
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