I have applied a color scale condition to a range of cells.
But the color scale is wrong, I want to change it.
Now I put the cursor on one of those cells and click the conditional-formatting icon, then select "condition"or "color scale".
I expect to see the EXISTING condition to be visible. but it is NOT.
The EXISTING condition is only visible if I select "manage" and search for one of my wrongly formatted cells in a very very long and tedious list of conditionally-formatted cells.
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Simple spreadsheet with conditional color-scale
I suspect that there is something un-initialized.
Do the following:
0. Go to a colored field, e.g. C6 if you are not already there.
1. Format->Conditional Formatting->Condition
( Notice the current condition is not filled out )
2. Now, go to
find the cell.
The previous condition will pop up.
3. Then repeat the first step:
( Notice the current condition is filled in the form )
I have also tested this on Libreoffice 22.214.171.124 on Linux. The bug is NOT present there.
Windows build for 126.96.36.199 also seems to have this bug.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 105351 ***