When opening the document attached, Libreoffice draws some part of the excel spreadsheet lines yellow, whereas they are gray when opened with Excel2016.
Worse, when saving the xsl file with LibreOffice, the yellow lines are stored - and appear yellow later when the file is opened in Excel2016.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open the attached file with Excel2016 and LibreOffice6
lines are drawn gray with Excel2016 and yellow with LibreOffice
User Profile Reset: No
also reproduceable with LibreOffice 5.4
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:60.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/60.0
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can it be that the spreadsheet was not blank ????
removing the border lines, wish are yellow colored, then the spreadsheet shows everywhere gray grid lines
The spreadsheet was a real-world spreadsheet I received from one of my co-workers.
When I noticed the differences between LO and MSOffice, I stripped it down to a minimal testcase which does not contain real data.
So yes, of course, the file attached is not simply a new, empty spreadsheet saved with Excel2016 - it was a real-world spreadsheet I encountered where LibreOffice's behaviour differs from the expected one.
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Built on March 1st 2018
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sure, the bug still exists (like all the other bugs I've filed over the last 5-10 years).
(In reply to Clemens Eisserer from comment #8)
> sure, the bug still exists (like all the other bugs I've filed over the last
> 5-10 years).
Not very accurate. Your history has 24 closed reports.