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      Will address in ODF 1.3 as follows:

      Change the syntax for command T and U

      from

      (x y w h t0 t1) +

      to

      (x y wR hR t0 t1) +

      and change the description in command T

      from

      The ellipse is specified by the center(x, y), the size(w, h) and the start-angle t0 in degrees and end-angle t1 in degrees.

      to

      The ellipse is specified by the center(x, y), the width 2*wR, the height 2*hR, and the start-angle t0 in degrees and end-angle t1 in degrees.

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      Will address in ODF 1.3 as follows: Change the syntax for command T and U from (x y w h t0 t1) + to (x y wR hR t0 t1) + and change the description in command T from The ellipse is specified by the center(x, y), the size(w, h) and the start-angle t0 in degrees and end-angle t1 in degrees. to The ellipse is specified by the center(x, y), the width 2*wR, the height 2*hR, and the start-angle t0 in degrees and end-angle t1 in degrees.

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      The definition of T is the following:

      Draws a segment of an ellipse. The ellipse is
      specified by the center(x, y), the size(w, h)
      and the start-angle t0 in degrees and end-
      angle t1 in degrees. The segment is drawn
      clockwise.

      What is meant by w and h. Is it the size of the full ellipse?

      When working on the implementation one of the Calligra developers noted differences
      in what OOo/MSO are doing to what Calligra is doing. OOo and MSO use w and h as radii.
      Calligra uses w and h as diameter.

      Which of the two behaviours is correct?

      The specification should clearly state if radii or diameter should be used for this
      two values.

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              thorsten Thorsten Zachmann (Inactive)
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