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New Chart features in OpenOffice.org 3.3 Beta (part 3)

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And here are some more Chart features in OOo 3.3 Beta:

Several defaults were changed to allow a faster creation of a pleasant looking and readable chart.

So the diagram size is now larger with 9x16cm wide screen. That allows also for larger fonts at the axes, data labels and legend entries. We have 10pt here now. The somewhat outdated comic style with black borders around all the data points and symbols was left behind in favor of a modern clean look without borders.

The 3D charts have received some tuning in the geometry creation and the default lights to brighten things up.

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