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  1. OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
  2. OFFICE-2927

19.192 draw:line-skew - first and second lines need correction.

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Graphics
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      Change description of 19.192 draw:line-skew to

      The draw:line-skew attribute specifies a list of offsets for the placements of connector lines if the connector is of type standard. The offsets are relative to the default position of the connector, that is, the position the lines get if the draw:line-skew attribute is not present. The offsets are applied in the order from the connector's start to its end shape. The first offset is applied to the line that follows the line that is connected to the start shape. The last line to which an offset is applied is the line that precedes the line that is connected to the end shape.

      For the application of the offsets the connector lines are interpreted as vectors from their start to the their end point. Positive values move a line to the right, while negative values move it to the left.

      Change description of "standard" in 19.231.2 [draw:type] <draw:connector> to

      "* standard: a standard connector escapes two connecting objects with straight lines and connects them with one or more straight perpendicular lines that do not intersect the connected shapes' bounding boxes."

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      Change description of 19.192 draw:line-skew to The draw:line-skew attribute specifies a list of offsets for the placements of connector lines if the connector is of type standard. The offsets are relative to the default position of the connector, that is, the position the lines get if the draw:line-skew attribute is not present. The offsets are applied in the order from the connector's start to its end shape. The first offset is applied to the line that follows the line that is connected to the start shape. The last line to which an offset is applied is the line that precedes the line that is connected to the end shape. For the application of the offsets the connector lines are interpreted as vectors from their start to the their end point. Positive values move a line to the right, while negative values move it to the left. Change description of "standard" in 19.231.2 [draw:type] <draw:connector> to "* standard: a standard connector escapes two connecting objects with straight lines and connects them with one or more straight perpendicular lines that do not intersect the connected shapes' bounding boxes."

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      Now reads:

      "The draw:line-skew attribute specifies the generation of the lines that connect the start and end points. Depending on the type of connector, this can vary from one to three distances that move the connector lines relative to their position."

      First sentence: "The draw:line-skew attribute specifies the values used to generate lines connecting start and end points.

      Second sentence: "The type of line to be generated is specified by the draw:type attribute 19.231.2 on the <draw:connector> element. 10.3.10

      Question: Since there can be up to three values given, on what basis does a producer generate and store those values?

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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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