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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: Graphics, Part 1 (Schema)
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      This correction applies to the text of OpenDocument-v1.2-cd05-part1-revision-07.odt

    • Proposal:
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      Bring forward the text from ODF 1.0 Errata 02, with any editorial adjustments in the current ODF 10.5.6.

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      Bring forward the text from ODF 1.0 Errata 02, with any editorial adjustments in the current ODF 10.5.6.
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      In ODF 1.2 Part 1 section 10.5.6 <dr3d:rotate> replace the only paragraph with the following text:

      """
      The <dr3d:rotate> element represents a three-dimensional rotation shape based on the given polygon. The 3D geometry is defined by rotating the XY-plane with the polygon around the Y-axis of the local coordinate system. This rotation is linearly interpolated in the given number of steps (dr3d:horizontal-segments 20.78) around the given angle (dr3d:end-angle 20.77). The side faces are formed by connecting all corresponding single edges of a neighboring pairs of rotated polygons. By default, the rotation uses a full rotation (360 degrees, dr3d:end-angle attribute 20.77). In that case the 3D geometry is implicitly closed and no front face or back face is created (unless they are of different sizes). If the rotation is different, a front face is created using the first, unrotated polygon and a back face is created using the last rotated polygon. The closing of a front face also depends on the value of the dr3d:close-front attribute 20.71 and the closing of a back face on the value of the dr3d:close-back 20.70 attribute. The size of the back face can be different than the size of the front face when the dr3d:back-scale attribute 20.68 is used.
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      In ODF 1.2 Part 1 section 10.5.6 <dr3d:rotate> replace the only paragraph with the following text: """ The <dr3d:rotate> element represents a three-dimensional rotation shape based on the given polygon. The 3D geometry is defined by rotating the XY-plane with the polygon around the Y-axis of the local coordinate system. This rotation is linearly interpolated in the given number of steps (dr3d:horizontal-segments 20.78) around the given angle (dr3d:end-angle 20.77). The side faces are formed by connecting all corresponding single edges of a neighboring pairs of rotated polygons. By default, the rotation uses a full rotation (360 degrees, dr3d:end-angle attribute 20.77). In that case the 3D geometry is implicitly closed and no front face or back face is created (unless they are of different sizes). If the rotation is different, a front face is created using the first, unrotated polygon and a back face is created using the last rotated polygon. The closing of a front face also depends on the value of the dr3d:close-front attribute 20.71 and the closing of a back face on the value of the dr3d:close-back 20.70 attribute. The size of the back face can be different than the size of the front face when the dr3d:back-scale attribute 20.68 is used. """

      Description

      Errata 02 - ODF 1.2 Reconciliation:
      Although section 10.5.6 is expanded in ODF 1.2, it lacks later refinements of Errata 02.

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              orcmid Dennis Hamilton (Inactive)
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              orcmid Dennis Hamilton (Inactive)
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