https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=110740

--- Comment #4 from tagishsimon <tagishsi...@gmail.com> ---
I confirm this bug - in Calc 6.0.1.1

If I select and cut text (CTRL-X) from the formula bar, and paste it into a new
cell, the pasted text does not take the format of the source or destination
cell, (e.g. Liberation Sans @ 10 points) but instead applies the font
.AppleSystemUIFont @ 5.1 points.

Cells with content using .AppleSystemUIFont @ 5.1 points are then inpervious to
the format painter - try painting a new format, and it'll be roundly ignored.

If I CTRL-C from the formula bar rather that CTRL-X, and paste it, then all is
fine - the pasted text takes the format of the cell from which the text was cut

If I CTRL-C or CTRL-X from the cell (rather than from the formula bar), and
paste it, then all is fine - the pasted text takes the format of the cell from
which the text was cut.

So. CTRL-X from the formula bar produces a different result from CTRL-C from
the formula bar, and from CTRL-X or -C from the cell.

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