It would be cool to have Calc to use syntax highlighting on *new* formulas too, not only when *editing* them. Excel does it from 2002.
Since when does "it would be cool" mean "high priority"?
I selected "enhancement", because that's not a bug, technically.
However, I choose "high" because I see people very often recognize this as a bug or something like that. So, IMHO, it is kind of a "urgent enhancement".
Please tell me if I made some mistakes when compiling the form.
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I guess what you mean is really like Bug 43089 for Math. Or please give your scenario here if different. Perhaps someone will interest developing that.
Because I can only, unfortunately, using that :)
no, I mean that when you are in Calc and you fill a cell with a formula, cells in that formula are not highlighted (they only are when you *edit* a formula).
This "bug" is also present in 4.0.
Please let me know if you need additional information.
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> no, I mean that when you are in Calc and you fill a cell with a formula,
> cells in that formula are not highlighted (they only are when you *edit* a
Ok I guess that cells (within formula) will colored when entering new formula, not only on edit mode. (see screenshot)
> This "bug" is also present in 4.0.
We can't say this a bug. But request for enhancement :)
> Ok I guess that cells (within formula) will colored when entering new
> formula, not only on edit mode. (see screenshot)
> > This "bug" is also present in 4.0.
> We can't say this a bug. But request for enhancement :)
correct, too :)
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 63859 ***