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If A5 A420 <> 1, applies style 'In Evidenza', with lined cells.
Scrolling down and up, they appear some edges that should not appear.
Sorry for my english.
Can I write Italian?
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Image of the proper situation
sorry, bug1.pdf is not relevant
HI @Aldo, thanks for reporting.
Sorry but the only language here is the English.
The conditional format in your file works fine, for the range specified.
Cells A4 and A421 has there own direct format and has nothing to do with the Conditional Format. Doing a [Ctrl+M] or Menu/Format/Clear direct formatting on this cells. Be care if you make [Ctrl+M] on the whole cells then you clear the CF.
Resolved as notabug, please if you are not agree reopen it.
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Created attachment 122433 [details]
image of the screen
This is what I see on the screen
Thanks, but the problem continues
If I delete the conditional formatting, the problem disappears.
On the cells there is no direct formatting with the edge.
If only the border erase by formatting style used in the conditional formatting, the problem disappears.
Looks like a simple fix.
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I did find a lot of exel formatting in the right status bar; styles and formatting cell's
Changing 'cell value is not equal to 1' to 'formula is A1<>1' give no appearing lines
So for me not a bug
Build ID: 11a229c0094979b4980d8e3be8a8a7db60d01be7
CPU threads: 8; OS: Linux 4.14; UI render: default; VCL: kde4;
Locale: nl-BE (en_US.UTF-8); Calc: threaded
No repro 4.3. Repro with LO 4.4 and 6.3+. Looks like regression.