https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=39969

--- Comment #17 from Thomas Lendo <thomas.le...@gmail.com> ---
Is this really a bug?

I can't see any mistake in Jay's xml code in comment 15 - the direct formatted
cell content (aka span styles) stay in its condition, no matter what attributes
the cell as a whole (aka cell style) gets or loses. The first test file works
well after doing Ctrl+M on all cells.

The whole situation is the cause why I wish character (span) styles also in
Calc (Bug 108220 - Add Character styles in Calc cells).

Version: 6.1.0.0.alpha0+
Build ID: cab04bc39b5164ea74216cd849c3af5f5b298f79
CPU threads: 4; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3; 
Locale: de-DE (de_DE.UTF-8); Calc: group

The only bug I see here is the different behaviors similar as described in
comment 3.

1. Create a spreadsheet with some text in a cell.
2. Copy the cell content to other cells so that several rows and columns are
filled.
3. Select a single character or word in a random cell and assign color red.
4a. Select all cells of the sheet and assign font color blue. -> The red text
is still red.
4b. Select a random range of cells including the cell with red text and assign
font color green. -> The red text is now green.
4c. Undo the last step and select the column with the cell with red text and
assign font color yellow. -> The red text is still red.
4d. Select the row with the cell with red text and assign font color purple. ->
The red text is now purple.
4e. Undo the last step and select only the cell with red text and assign font
color lime. -> The red text is now lime.

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