Created attachment 124621 [details]
Steps to reproduce:
1) Open this link http://www.gunza.ru/faq/svd.html
2) Select first table and copy it to buffer
3) Paste it to LO Writer
4) Select all cells and try to make them yellow - first two cells will remain half-gray.
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confirmed in 6.2 master
Created attachment 163451 [details]
mergedCellBackgroundColour.odt: merged cells only show cell color in top grid.
This has nothing to do with HTML or copy/paste.
So what you have here with OPs example is a table-wide background property of light gray, which is overridden in some rows via with row-level background properties of dark gray or yellow. The cells themselves don't have a background property. Because A1 is merged with A2, and B1 is merged with B2, those grids kindof don't exist, but yet the row property is shining through in those spaces.
This is easy to reproduce by hand in LO. I notice that horizontal merges are OK - it is only the vertical merges where the colour doesn't apply to each grid-section of the merged cell.
I confirmed with a few bibisect spot-checks that this new definition of the problem has also been inherited from OOo.
Code pointer: this commit probably stopped painting merged cells
Author: Vladimir Glazounov on Wed Jun 4 08:50:59 2008 +0000
INTEGRATION: CWS sw30bf04 (1.115.2); FILE MERGED
2008/05/09 14:05:11 fme 22.214.171.124: #i80595# ww8 import should create new tables
I can't tell why this was added. Reverting it fixes the problem.
Created attachment 163454 [details]
mergedCellColor.odt: only row background interferes with cell, not table background.
proposed fix at https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/99343
Justin Luth committed a patch related to this issue.
It has been pushed to "master":
tdf#99492 sw layout: always paint merged cell grids
It will be available in 7.1.0.
The patch should be included in the daily builds available at
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Affected users are encouraged to test the fix and report feedback.