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Re: [libreoffice-users] Cell format change without my permission



Den 06.12.2019 21:09, skreiv Johnny Rosenberg:
Hi!

An odd problem, using LibreOffice Calc:
Set the language in all cells (and/or cell styles) to Swedish(Sweden).
Remove all direct formatting (Ctrl+a Ctrl+m).
Format a cell (or create a style) with the following number style:
[>0]"+"[S],000;[=0]"±"[S],00(other similar variants are also affected)
Save the file.
Close the file.
Open the file.
Everything formatted as the example above is now instead formatted as:
[>0]"+"[S],000,;[=0]"±"[S],000,
(that is an extra comma is added after each condition.

Yes, I get the same phenomena when running Norwegian nynorsk. LibreOffice 6.3.2.2 and LibreOfficeDev 6.4.0.0 on Windows 10. Not tried with the English (US) version.

Kolbjørn


I run LibreOffice 6.2.8.2 in Manjaro Linux 18.1.3.
Bug or feature? Will anyone please test this in other versions?



Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg


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