In bug 101648 the functions New and Modify have been disabled (actually both are hidden) but ultimately we need a dialog. The design team made a proposal which is published az https://design.blog.documentfoundation.org/2015/12/13/style-your-tables/
Confirming of course.
Best regards. JBF
As a workaround you can use the right-most tool button in the styles deck to either modify the selected table style or to create a new. However, those changes are stored only in the current document.
IMHO this bug should have a higher importance because table styles without the possibility to create or modify styles are useless in a large part. Also the table style feature was prominently promoted in the release notes.
Yousuf: noticing https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=0ba318b895c164750dc3c7bac6948b04b606f2b8, thought you might be interested in this one.
Moreover, I agree with Thomas, we should increase the importance here for the reasons he quoted.
(In reply to Julien Nabet from comment #4)
> Yousuf: noticing
> ?id=0ba318b895c164750dc3c7bac6948b04b606f2b8, thought you might be
> interested in this one.
Julien: If only i was that good at coding, but i'm definitely not. :D
> Moreover, I agree with Thomas, we should increase the importance here for
> the reasons he quoted.
Creating and updating table styles is currently possible through the entries in the sidebar, so the part that is missing is the modification of a table style in a dialog, which will likely await a GSoC student to take up using the proposal in comment 0.
(In reply to Yousuf Philips (jay) from comment #5)
> Julien: If only i was that good at coding, but i'm definitely not. :D
No pb, I'm not expert too :-)
> Creating and updating table styles is currently possible through the entries
> in the sidebar, so the part that is missing is the modification of a table
> style in a dialog, which will likely await a GSoC student to take up using
> the proposal in comment 0.
Ouch! It may take some time since this bugtracker is only considered as an enhancement/medium.
Removing the ML since UX input isn't requested.