When you make a conditional formatting with cell contains a number with a “,” symbol (eg.: 1,23) it doesn’t work when opened in LO.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new xlsx in LO.
2. Create a new rule in conditional formatting.
3. Set its condition to contains given text and set the text to 1,23
4. Write some numbers to the area some of which contain the number and notice that the formatting works.
5. Save the file and open it in LO.
6. Notice the differences then write into one of the are this: “1,23” with the “ symbols.
In LO the formatting only works when “1,23” is in the cell.
It should work as it does in MSO so with both 1,23 and “1,23”.
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The original document.
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Screenshot of the original document side by side in Excel and Calc.
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in Excel condition is "Text contains 1,23". Do you see? TEXT. There isn't the same condition in Calc
Also reproduced in
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Created attachment 168281 [details]
The example file in Excel 13 and LO7.2 nightly
Still a problem in:
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To clarify this example file was made in Excel 2010.
@Tibor maybe one more for you? This imports the condition as "1,23" but it really should just use 1,23 to get the same effect (for the number type cells at least).