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From: Tim Johnson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2022, 23:02 UTC
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Table cell background and text highlighting
version 220.127.116.11 on ubuntu linux
I am unable to change the background color of a table cell, once an
initial color is selected.
I suspect that this may be solved by modifying text highlighting.
However I am unable to find any way to turn on or off text highlighting.
No icon appears to be present that would control such a process. I have
looked through all of the drop down menus and so far, have not found the
Any help would be most welcome.
I have tried every possible way I can think of to recreate your issue,
but I cannot make it happen.
Running 18.104.22.168 on Mint 20.1, when simply clicking (not necessarily
selecting) inside a cell and choosing any color from the "Table Cell
Background Color" dialog the cell background is unquestionably filled
with that color. I get the same result if a range of cells are selected.
I get the same result with a parallel 22.214.171.124 install on a Windows box.
Is it possible you might be opening the border color dialog by mistake?
If you feel your issue is a glitch in your local LO configuration, how
about temporarily renaming your LO profile to check?
Sorry I can't offer anything more constructive.
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