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Issue 107217

It is obsolete because it referred to a problem concerning the number of
lines in a spreadsheet which has been increased since then (the current
version supports 2^20 lines instead of the traditional 2^16)

It is ignored because it is not closed.

Maybe it could still be fixed to display a warning if someone is brave
enough to load a file with more than 2^20 lines... Or better yet, making
sure that whatever is the current limit a warning will be issued if the
number of lines in the file exceeds the spreadsheet limits (lines and
columns!). Obviously this has to apply to all file formats accepted by LO.
It doesn't make sense that there is a warning for cvs but not for xlsx or
any other...


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