Guy Voets wrote:
A LibO spreadsheet, made in LibO, Dutch version (no Excel or OOo past).
- In LibO 3.5.5, I used to give in dates as 20-7 and they were shown as
20 Jul 12.
- In LibO 220.127.116.11, if I enter 20-7, 20-7 is shown in the cell.
If I enter 20-7-12, the date is inverted into 12 Jul 2020.
So instead of entering 20-7, I now need to enter 12-7-20 to get the desired
notation 20 Jul 12.
Is this a new feature, or a bug?
I just downloaded LO 3.6.2 and installed it. Then I opened Calc. I also entered 20-7
in a cell and got 20-7. It seems that Calc considered that to be text because the window to
the right of the = was showing '20-7.
Then I right clicked a column and formatted it using Dutch (Netherlands) as the
local. I also selected 31 dec 99 from the format list. Then when I entered 20-7 I got 20
jul 2012. 14-7 gave me 14 jul 2012.
It may be a new "feature" in that you have to format cells, rows, or columns for the
type of formatting you want in them.
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