Issue 102922

Summary: The color of the new row(s) inserted remains the default (blue combination) despite of the color of the current table
Product: Impress Reporter: almohamedh <halmoham>
Component: editingAssignee: AOO issues mailing list <issues>
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Severity: Trivial    
Priority: P3 CC: cmoulin, issues
Version: OOO310m9   
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Hardware: All   
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Description almohamedh 2009-06-18 18:27:12 UTC
After inserting a table I change the color of my table. I added the data. Now 
if I want to add a new row, then despite the color of my whole table it inserts 
the row with default color (blue combination). So I need to select that row 
again & then change the color. Steps to reproduce the bug:

1. Create an empty presentation.
2. Insert a table in presentation.   
3. Select the whole table and change the color of the presentation as per your 
requirements or as you like from the table properties.
4. Add the data as you want.
5. Click on the row or select any row and insert a new row.

The color of the inserted row will be the default blue combination. I think it 
would be much better that when I click on a row or select any row & then insert 
any row then it should insert a new row of the color of the row which I clicked 
or selected. It would be a great feature if it would be present.
It would be much useful for those who are planning to make a whole table with 
the same color and not sure about the number of rows which they would be needed 
(and I think this is very common).

I think the same thing should be present for columns too.

Configuration:
OOO310m11 (Build: 9399)
OS: Windows Vista 4GB RAM
Comment 1 wolframgarten 2009-07-01 11:22:30 UTC
Reassigned. 
Comment 2 cemkaner 2009-07-20 02:48:25 UTC
I replicate this if I select all of the cells of the table and change their color. 

However, if I select the table, click on Table Design in the Tasks view (the
group of panes on the right side), then select a new color scheme, all inserted
rows after that conform to the new color scheme.
Comment 3 camillem 2010-02-08 13:16:23 UTC
Looks like this is a duplicate of i95345