Steps to reproduce:
1. Write "january" in A1
2. Pull the cell to extends the months
3. You get February, March...
Like you can see, case is not respected when you pull and depending on the language you select, it's different.
For example, in French, all months are lowercase.
- If the pulled month start with an uppercase, all months should start with an uppercase. (January)
- If the pulled month start with a lowercase, all months should start with a lowercase. (january)
- If the pulled month is only uppercase, all months should be uppercase. (JANUARY)
What do you think about this proposal ?
It's possible to create and add your desired list on:
Menu/Tools/Options/LibreOffice Calc/Sort List.
Resolved as not a bug, please if you are not agree, reopen it again.
Thanks for your answer but it's not what I need.
The case should be taken from the pulled month (like in Excel) and not from a predefined list.
Have you tested, if you add a capitalized list then it is taken for extend cells, at least it works for me.
Indeed if I create a list for each case type, it works great.
So we should pre-register all case type.
Do you know where is the predefined list in the code, like that I can add it.
putting it back to UNCONFIRMED since no one has confirmed it yet.
(In reply to Jean-Sebastien Bevilacqua from comment #5)
> Do you know where is the predefined list in the code, like that I can add it.
I think there are created on the fly.
Are you agree on close as not a bug?
Thanks a lot for this very good code pointer. Before closing it, I would like to know if the community would accept if I add month with all case types ?
I think you need to follow the steps.
Changed to enhancement, what it's really is now.
Jean-Sébastien: Eike said there might already be a request for this. I think you could try searching Bugzilla with the advanced search: https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/query.cgi?format=advanced
Setting as NEW for now.