as soon as a conditional formatting is added, the $'s disappear.
# open calc
# format -> conditional formatting -> manage
# choose anything, select a cell or range (notice the default $'s for absolute reference)
# click OK
# range is displayed as relative reference (without $'s)
New - confirmed
Major - loss of data
High - default seems fine
regression - works on 3.3 at least
Updating version to 126.96.36.199 rc as I've confirmed on that version (version is the oldest version that we can confirm on not the latest - we just use comments on that)
Are you guys talking about the range field?
@Markus - Indeed and I just realized I was comparing two different things (the dialog looks different in 3.3). I can't confirm that this is a regression so removing regression and bibisectRequest + updating version
Verified same issue: 188.8.131.52 release
Which makes this bug report invalid.
That is a range and not a reference and ranges are never absolute or relative. This just represents a range in a sheet.