Upgraded Ubuntu to 22.04, LibreOffice likewise upgraded, now is version 184.108.40.206
IF there are any lines in the cell borders (even 0.05pt in thickness), the active cell can not be seen unless you look at the upper letter bar and the left side number bar. The “standard” gray cell outline allows the active cell to be seen. This is not workable at all!!
The ability to change worksheet tab color is gone. The option is still there in the R-click menu, and the color palette shows up, but selecting a color leaves the tab white.
I started with Lotus 1-2-3, Release 2 (1985)… I would think that all of these sorts of problems would have been solved decades ago.
Hunting for solutions to this, I found VERY little info/advice. I did delete my user profile from the .config/LibreOffice directory, and it was re-created upon restart, but the behavior is the same.
Also, the lack of ability to wrap spreadsheet tabs into multiple rows is also very exasperating. Another “thing” that used to exist and is now gone.
Totally not acceptable.