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  1. OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC
  2. OFFICE-3373

ODF 1.2 Part 1 5.5.1 <text:tracked-changes> not precise enough

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Public Review, Text
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    • Proposal:
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      In "5.5.1 <text:tracked-changes>" replace
      "The <text:tracked-changes> element is the parent of the <text:changed-region> elements that represent changes in an OpenDocument document. If the <text:tracked-changes> element is absent, change tracking is not possible."
      by
      "The <text:tracked-changes> element acts as a container for <text:changed-region> elements that represent changes in a certain scope of an OpenDocument document. This scope is the element in which the <text:tracked-changes> element occurs. Changes in this scope shall be tracked by <text:changed-region> elements contained in the <text:tracked-changes> element in this scope.
      [new paragraph]
      If a <text:tracked-changes> element is absent, there are no tracked changes in the corresponding scope. In this case, all change mark elements [reference to 5.5.7] in this scope shall be ignored."

      In "5.5.2 <text:changed-region>" add the following text at the end of the second paragraph:
      "A <text:changed-region> can be referenced by more than one change, but the corresponding referencing change mark elements shall be of the same change type - insertion, format change or deletion."

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      In "5.5.1 <text:tracked-changes>" replace "The <text:tracked-changes> element is the parent of the <text:changed-region> elements that represent changes in an OpenDocument document. If the <text:tracked-changes> element is absent, change tracking is not possible." by "The <text:tracked-changes> element acts as a container for <text:changed-region> elements that represent changes in a certain scope of an OpenDocument document. This scope is the element in which the <text:tracked-changes> element occurs. Changes in this scope shall be tracked by <text:changed-region> elements contained in the <text:tracked-changes> element in this scope. [new paragraph] If a <text:tracked-changes> element is absent, there are no tracked changes in the corresponding scope. In this case, all change mark elements [reference to 5.5.7] in this scope shall be ignored." In "5.5.2 <text:changed-region>" add the following text at the end of the second paragraph: "A <text:changed-region> can be referenced by more than one change, but the corresponding referencing change mark elements shall be of the same change type - insertion, format change or deletion."
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      Description

      The current statement of what the <text:tracked-changes> element is imprecise and does not establish the relationship between the different places <text:tracked-changes> can occur and the places where the corresponding <text:change>, <text:change-start> and <text:change-end> will occur.

      Each header-footer style element has a <text:tracked-changes> element child for the tracked changes corresponding to change marks within the other element children of the header-footer style element.

      Each <office:text> element has a <text:tracked-changes> element child for the tracked changes corresponding to change marks within the other element children of the <office:text> element. [This may need to be even more specific.]

      There is more to be figured out if a <text:tracked-changes> element is absent or there are change marks that have no corresponding <text:changed-region> in the applicable <text:tracked-changes> element.

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
              Reporter:
              orcmid Dennis Hamilton (Inactive)
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