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You can't. It's not "the default in None", it just shows you which is the current fill mode. It can't tell you "this cell has a color fill" unless it actually has a color applied.

If you make your cells actually have a color applied (e.g., by editing Default cell style to have white background), you would have it opened on the desired tab - but that has side effects like not seeing grid by default, etc.

You can't. It's not "the default in None", it just shows you which is the current fill mode. It can't tell you "this cell has a color fill" unless it actually has a color applied.

If you make your cells actually have a color applied (e.g., by editing Default cell style to have white background), background in your default template), you would have it opened on the desired tab - but that has side effects like not seeing grid by default, etc.