In a document created with Writer 4.0 I had a table with numbers with different colors in the cells to differentiate the data. I noticed when I created a revised pdf of the same file in 4.1.x the color for one cell was different than it was in 4.0.x.
Steps to reproduce:
1. On a PCLOS Live CD which has LO 4.0.3 on it I opened the file and it showed the original color for the table cell in question. I then created a pdf and saved it to a USB drive and compared it to the version created from the same file in 4.1.x, which showed a different color theme.
For the original table cell colors have different color in 4.1.0
The table cell colors in 4.1.x should be the same as in 4.0.x.
Operating System: All
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
Last worked in: 220.127.116.11 release
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Original document. In Table 2, the cell for number 529 in column 17 changed it color scheme from version 4.0.x to 4.1.x
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PDF of original file created in 4.0.x. Notice in Table 2, cell with 529 is (should be) different color than 469
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This is pdf made with 4.1.x which shows Table 2 cell for 529 has same (wrong) color scheme as 469.
I can confirm that the number 469 529 do have the same color in 18.104.22.168
Since I do not have any LO 4.0.x version here to test I take your work that the colors there indeed show those two numbers in different color.
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So a regression, which was introduced in this range:
So this is caused by 77e21bb36a2cdaaa0f4049dee0d45c5b2325c6e9 which fixes fdo#61993 which seems sensible. So the color in 4.0 was wrong, the color in 4.1 is better.
Thus, unless ODF would specify something conflicting about this, resolving this as NOTABUG.
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