If I add an emailadress or an URL to a cell in Calc, the links turn blue and are automaticly clickable. If however I want to make one of the links show up as plain text there's no easy and intuitive way to do this.
If I try this out In Office Excel, there's an easy right click option (remove hyperlink) which gets rid of the blue color and turns the url or email in plain text. LibreOffice is lacking such a feature.
(In reply to Roeland from comment #0)
> If I add an emailadress or an URL to a cell in Calc, the links turn blue and
> are automaticly clickable. If however I want to make one of the links show
> up as plain text there's no easy and intuitive way to do this.
What about Ctrl+M (Format > remove formatting)?
Hi Cor, ctrl M works indeed to remove the formatting.
However, this is not really intuitive. I chancged the bug report to better reflect what I would like to propose: adding a right click option as in Excel. I took the liberty to put the status of this bug report back as unnconfirmed.
There's the option "clear direct formatting" which is not doing much in this case.
Ok Roeland, fine for me.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 62561 ***