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Hi, we have another bug to which to contribute to the troubleshooting...

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Date: Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 11:26
Subject: [Bug 39969] text FORMATTING does not work correctly when used
on cells instead of selected text

Rainer Bielefeld <> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from Rainer Bielefeld <>
2011-09-02 01:26:13 PDT ---
CONFIRMED due to Comment 4

To me this cell internal formatting seems to be totally broken. I have been
used to see that  cell internal  formatting with priority to complete cell
formatting. That means when I have a Cell contents "One red word" and modify
word "red" to red character color, this color should remain red when I selec
tell with cell cursor and change character color to blue - only characters of
words "One" and "word" should become red. So it works in OOo 3.1.1. In LibO 3.4
also word "red" becomes blue. That is something different to the observations
here, but might be related.

I believe this priority issue needs some more elaborated info in Help and

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