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From Ted Kaczmarek <>
Subject Re: HSSFSerializer - Extensions?
Date Wed, 01 Jan 2003 11:25:50 GMT
At work I have been doing application profiling, I took my data captures
statistics and exported them to csv. The sheet was then  sorted by
application flows and clients.

In this data capture their were 10 clients connecting to N servers
generating anywhere from 80-120 flows. I was hoping to be able to color
code the clients names and the applications names in the spreadsheet.

Wishing everyone a splendid New Year!!!!!


On Wed, 2003-01-01 at 02:48, Jody Goldberg wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 31, 2002 at 06:12:23PM -0500, Ted Kaczmarek wrote:
> > I am fairly ignorant on xml, but the other day I wanted to be able to
> > color code a spreadsheet. My hope was to open up the gnumeric doc saved
> > as xml, look at the fields I color coded and do the rest of the changes
> > with %s/ in vi.Is their was for an xml doc generated by gnumeric to have
> > tags for colors?
> So you want to tag the cells from within gnumeric then use the tags
> to do the modifications directly in the xml ?  Hmm.  Its doable, but
> certainly not simple.  The StyleRegions are a level of indirection
> between individual cells and formats.  The cell with the content you
> want to change will not have a simple text editor mapping back to
> the style region.  You'd need to parse the xml.  What are you trying
> to do ?  Search and Replace within gnumeric should give you a fair
> amount of power.  Please file an enhancement request for this in
>  It would be fairly simple to extend the style
> specification to add 'Custom xml tag', or something like it, for the
> next version.
> Hope that helps
>     Jody
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