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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 103494] object styles
Date Sat, 16 Jun 2012 21:12:58 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=103494

J-P. Varwijk <varwijk@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from J-P. Varwijk <varwijk@gmail.com> ---
Configuration:
* Laptop with Windows Home Premium - Service Pack 1
* Intel Core i7 - 2670QM CPU @ 2.20 Ghz -  8GB RAM
* OpenOffice.org 3.4.0 AOO340m1(Build:9590) - Rev. 1327774

I have created the following steps to replicate the bug based on the original
bug description and added a number of follow-up tests under step 5, 6, 7 and 8
that vary the options and settings.

1 - Create a new presentation with an empty slide
2 - Add a text object to the slide > Select top menu item - Insert - Choose
    object - OLE object. Select button - Create new - then select ‘OpenOffice 
    3.4 Text’ as an object type. Click OK
3 - Enter a sample text; “Test Title’’ followed by two returns and “ Another 
    Test  Title”  Click an area outside of the box to create two lines of text 
    inside a text object box.
4 - Create another slide using the predefined layout Title Slide. Enter text 
    ‘Second Slide’ in the Title section of the slide.

The following sections contains both steps to replicate and to use as follow-up
tests. 
It starts with using the different options of Presentation Styles under Styles
and Formatting which can be chosen using F11. Followed with using different
options of Graphic Styles under Styles and Formatting.

5 - Select the text object on slide 1 and choose F11. From the Styles and 
    Formatting pop up, select the Presentation Styles. Select the 
    individual options one at a time, then the fill bucket (if possible) and 
    drag onto the text object.

Result:
For all of the options the fill bucket is not selectable and nothing seems to
happen to the text in the text object.

6 - Select the text object on slide 1 and choose F11. From the Styles and 
    Formatting pop up, select the Graphic Styles. Select the individual options 
    one at a time, then the fill bucket (if possible) and drag onto the text 
    object.

Result:
* Default - colors in the text object box with background color Blue 9
* Dimension line - creates a line around the box
* First line indent - nothing visible in the object box, but selection jumps to
  Title
* Object with arrow - forms a ‘thick’ line around the box and fills background 
  with color Blue 9
* Object with shadow - forms a ‘thin’ line, a shadow and fills background with 
  color Blue 9
* Text - nothing visible in the object box, but selection jumps to Text body 
  justified
* Text body - nothing visible in the object box, but selection jumps to Text 
  body justified
* Title - nothing visible in the object box, but selection jumps to Text body 
  justified
* Title1 - object box fill with Turquoise, gets a shadow and the upper half of 
  the first line of text sticks out of the box
* Title1 - object box fill with Orange 4, gets a shadow and the upper half of 
  the first line of text sticks out of the box

7 - Select the Title on slide 2 and choose F11. From the Styles and Formatting 
    pop up, select the Presentation Styles. Select the individual options one 
    at a time, then the fill bucket (if possible) and drag onto the text
object.

Result: 
For all of the options the fill bucket is not selectable and nothing seems to
happen to the text in the text object.

6 - Select the Title on slide 2 and choose F11. From the Styles and Formatting 
    pop up, select the Graphic Styles. Select one the individual options at a 
    time, then the fill bucket (if possible) and drag onto the text object.

Result: 
The characters move slightly closer to each other upon selection. But no other
visible effect.

Analysis:
Given that the help text description for Styles and Formatting (See F1/Help
Text below) the behavior seems correct according to description, with the
exception of:
* Jumping to “Text body justified” and “Title” in the Graphic Styles options
* Text does not fit into box for “Title1” and “Title2” in the Graphic Styles 
  options

Finally I could not place the meaning of this part in the original report:
“And this gives a completely different formatting as all other titles. And when
you change the title formatting (to change ALL of your titles), this title
created from a text object will not change.” Some additional information would
be welcome here.

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F1/ Help Text:
"The Styles and Formatting window in OOo-dev Impress behaves differently than
in 
other OOo-dev programs. For example, you can create, edit and apply Graphics 
Styles, but you can only edit Presentation Styles." and "Presentation Styles:
Show styles used in OOo-dev Impress AutoLayouts. You can only modify
Presentation Styles." and "Graphics Styles: Show styles for formatting
graphical elements, including text objects."

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