Created attachment 44052 [details]
Test1 shows block before moving
If you set up a conditional format on a block of cells, as I have in Test1, and if that conditional format is liked to a relative cell, the correct changes are not made to the conditional format formula if the cell block is moves as in Test2.
Notice what happens to the conditional format in j16 (and others) in Test1 when I move the whole block to get to Test2
Bugger, this will only take 1 attachment. I will submit Test2 manually if you cannot see that the format of j16 changes when you move the whole block by highlighting it with the cursor and moving as a block.
Could you please provide detailed steps to reproduce the problem?
Created attachment 44193 [details]
Position of the data block after moving
Note the way the relative cells have changed in the conditional formatted cells....they have not kept in sync with the move.
(In reply to comment #1)
> Could you please provide detailed steps to reproduce the problem?
I have done.....I have even gone 1 better and set up an experiment showing before and after....do you mean you want me to say " go to cell j16, set it up as a conditional formatted in the following way"....you only have to go to the cells as I outlined above to see what the formatting is...then move the block to a new position as in test2....
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needinfo keyword redundant by needinfo status.
This is a Calc bug, therefore changed Component accordingly.
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reproduced in 3.6.0 on Fedora 64 bit
When I copy-paste cell J16 to another sheet, it looks the same. But when I copy-paste it with adjacent cell, it looks different. Format->Conditional formatting->Conditional formatting also differs.
I am not sure that have done all correct, therefore set status to Unconfirmed
Marking as NEEDINFO. I don't see any different. Attaching an image showing what I see, if you could tell me exactly what I'm looking for I'll confirm it.
LibO Version: Version 22.214.171.124 (Build ID: e29a214)
Created attachment 68559 [details]
If you create conditional formatting on A1:B1 using four formulas all like LEFT($B1)=”s” the result of copy A1:B1 and paste special of formats only to eg A2:B4 gives garbage values for the tests.
Setting up conditional formatting separately on A1 and B1 each using four formulas like LEFT(B1)="s" and then doing copy and paste special of formate only to eg A2:B4 gives the correct result.
There is something clearly going wrong here in my first point, so setting status back to NEW.
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Moving means: select the cells you want to move. Click and drag it somewhere. Not copy & paste.
As said in the description: "when you move the whole block by highlighting it with the cursor and moving as a block."
No problem observed, so closing as WFM.
If someone wants to set this to NEW again, please provide a screenshot showing the problem!
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