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    • Type: Sub-task
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 05
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 CD 06
    • Component/s: Part 1 (Schema), Table
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    • Environment:

      Applies to text of OpenDocument-v1.2-cd05-part1-editor-revision_05.odt.

    • Proposal:
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      Adjust 9.3.4 to make the emergence of the ranges be part of the whatever gives rise to the <table:detective> element and also leave how these reflect the initial conditions and interactions of <table:operation> actions as implementation-dependent.

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      Adjust 9.3.4 to make the emergence of the ranges be part of the whatever gives rise to the <table:detective> element and also leave how these reflect the initial conditions and interactions of <table:operation> actions as implementation-dependent.
    • Resolution:
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      Replace the text of section 9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range> (including previously-made changes) with the following

      """
      A <table:highlighted-range> element specifies a range of cells that are distinguished ("highlighted") as a consequence of the implementation-dependent investigation that the <table:detective> element represents. A <table:highlighted-range> can distinguish cells that are associated with an error or invalid data. A <table:highlighted-range> can be a consequence of the coordinated application of <table:operation> operations and the ranges they affect.

      The manner in which cell ranges are distinguished and differentiation of the different conditions under which cells are distinguished are implementation-dependent.

      <table:highlighted-range> elements represent the situation at the time the functions associated with the <table:detective> element were carried out. Subsequent adjustments to the document need not be reflected.

      The manner in which cell ranges are distinguished and differentiation of the different conditions under which cells are distinguished is implementation-dependent.
      """

      Alternative resolution by Michael:
      Add the following to the end of the first paragraph of 9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range>:
      "The nature of the highlighting is implementation dependent"

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      Replace the text of section 9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range> (including previously-made changes) with the following """ A <table:highlighted-range> element specifies a range of cells that are distinguished ("highlighted") as a consequence of the implementation-dependent investigation that the <table:detective> element represents. A <table:highlighted-range> can distinguish cells that are associated with an error or invalid data. A <table:highlighted-range> can be a consequence of the coordinated application of <table:operation> operations and the ranges they affect. The manner in which cell ranges are distinguished and differentiation of the different conditions under which cells are distinguished are implementation-dependent. <table:highlighted-range> elements represent the situation at the time the functions associated with the <table:detective> element were carried out. Subsequent adjustments to the document need not be reflected. The manner in which cell ranges are distinguished and differentiation of the different conditions under which cells are distinguished is implementation-dependent. """ Alternative resolution by Michael: Add the following to the end of the first paragraph of 9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range>: "The nature of the highlighting is implementation dependent"

      Description

      The ODF 1.0 section 8.4.5 on <table:highlighted-range> was questioned in the defect report that OFFICE-1809 is the Errata 02 response to. However, <table:highlighted-range> was not addressed.

      It seems appropriate to make a stronger connection by updating the ODF 1.2 9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range> to tie in with the Errata 02 reconciled forms of section 9.3.2 <table:detective> and 9.3.3 <table:operation>.

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