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Perhaps a bit more detail would be useful can you give us the steps that you are following.

The steps below would change the font colour of all selected cells that contains the number 0 to 
the same as the white background, i.e. they become invisible.

     *  Select cells to conditionally format
     *  Format -> Conditonal Formatting -> Condition

Conditional Formatting dialog appears
     *  Change condition 1 to [Cell Value is] [Equal to] [0]
     *  Appply style [New Style]

Cell Style dialogue appears
     *  Click on Font Effects Tab
     *  In [Font Colour] drop down menu selected white
     *  Push the [OK] button
Returns to Conditional Formatting dialog
     *  Push the [OK] button
Returns to the sheet with selected cells formatted


On Sunday 23 Mar 2014 08:22:37 Tom Cloyd wrote:
I'm using LO, on Kubuntu Linux 13.10

I just noticed that a big spreadsheet which has a number cells with a 
background whose color depends on the value of integer in the cell is 
all wrong. I tried resetting - recreating - the conditional formatting. 
It just doesn't do anything.

The number in the cell is calculated by a formula. I do have 
autocalculate turned on. Pressing F-9 does not affect the conditional 
formatting (just a while grab I tried).

Any ideas about what's wrong? Is this a known bug for this version?


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