Created attachment 52401 [details]
Output after data detective has finished validating.
Enter data in a spreadsheet in range A1:A4
Select range A1:A4
Minimum: 11:58:00 PM
Maximum: 12:02:00 AM
Tools->Detective-Mark Invalid Data
11:59:00 PM and 12:01:00 AM are marked invalid. 10:59:00 PM and 01:00:00 AM are regarded as valid. This is the reverse of the true situation.
Ok, I think I know why that happens.
We need to take care of Between and Not Between with time and dates in a different way than we do now. We translate the date to a double value and sort them after that and look if that value is between these two. Since 11:59 PM is bigger than 12:01 AM we inverse our valid range.
I think about a clean way to fix that.
some code pointers:
Markus: I'm freeing this bug. Just re-assign if you still plan on working on this.
Back to NEW as this bug lost owner.
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Could not reproduce from scratch. WFM.
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