--- Comment #6 from Holger Klene <h.kl...@gmx.de> ---
Another sidenote on the suggested ternary state: I think, it doesn't affect the
saved file. The new "temporarily suspended" depends on the viewport, that may
be completely different the next computer, LO is opening it. So from a
persistence perspective cells are binary frozen or not.
So the saved binary state expresses the users intention of how the table is
supposed to work on an sufficiently big enough screen (this is to be save in
the file). In contrast the ternary state is what Calc should make of it if
squeezed into insufficient space (this is not to be saved directly, only
derived from the saved state).
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