When I select the conditional formatting and use the condition "THE DATE IS" "THIS WEEK", LibreOffice finishes formatting eleven days.
Therefore, it is a bug since the correct one would be the mark of only seven days. It is worth mentioning that the conditions "PREVIOUS WEEK" and "NEXT WEEK" are working correctly.
I therefore report the same and wish everyone a good week.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Produce a spreadsheet with sequences dates of 15 days from the current date, for example
2. Select the "Date" option in Format -> Conditional Formatting -> Date.
3. Create the following condition: "The date is" "This week". Choose any style (I've used neutral). When finished, click ok.
The result obtained shows that eleven cells were formatted as "THIS WEEK".
The expected result would be that only the cells for the current week were formatted. In other words, that only 7 cells were formatted.
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Thanks for reporting this issue.
This is a dupe of bug 119402 and it will be fixed in LibreOffice 6.1.1
Closing as RESOLVED DUPLICATEd
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 119402 ***