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Hi :)
but we all have trouble remembering and getting it right all the time.
 There are so many other cases were "Reply all" or "Group reply" feels
wrong or might even be really bad.

This mailing list used to have it so that it would default to the list
and sending off-list (= back-channel) was quite tricky.  I too think
it kept the community together a lot more but falling numbers here
could be just due to the increasing number of ways of getting help
with LibreOffice.  The AskLO bot might be worth exploring if i ever
get around to it!  Also the distro i use most often seems much better
at answering questions about LO too now.
Regards from
Tom :)

On 26 March 2014 13:34, Tom Cloyd <> wrote:

Thanks for that wonderfully detailed and explicit response. I hope it is
useful for others, in the future, who may find it through a search of the

Unfortunately, to my original request for help, Brian Barker responded, but
to ME ONLY. I didn't notice this, and responded to him, also backchannel, at
which point the matter was resolved, as I reported that my problem had just
vanished. I could not easily account for this, but my first speculation was
that it was "pilot error".

Now, here's my point: responses to requests for help which are made
backchannel are necessarily out of the public eye, which in this case led to
Alex's very nice response, days later, to a problem which no longer existed.

So...may I strongly suggest that we keep discussion IN THE COMMUNITY so that
all may benefit?

Just makes sense, to me. We come here for group discussion. Why defeat that


On 03/26/2014 01:56 AM, Alex McMurchy wrote:


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

      *  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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