When cells have hidden (i.e. "Show Comment" off) comments *and* option "Format"->"Page"->"Sheet"->"Print: Comments" is on, a printout shows footnote-like lines at the page bottom but no visual cue appears in the corresponding cells. This is annoying as it forces to also print row/column headers in order to see which cell a comment refers to.
I suggest to print a superscript in the affected cells referencing the proper comment line -- a global option might then allow rendering of cell comments as footnotes in printouts.
setting as enhancement
UX Team -- please take a look at this enhancement. Thanks!
We're replacing our use of the 'ux-advise' component with a keyword:
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(In reply to ^m'e from comment #0)
> I suggest to print a superscript in the affected cells referencing the
> proper comment line -- a global option might then allow rendering of cell
> comments as footnotes in printouts.
Sounds like a good solution (to just have the comment indicator printed is not sufficient). System-defined footnotes may not work with special font settings, col filling numbers, and likely result in other wishes. But we should soft-pedal the rarely used and simple feature. Sp +1 to the idea.