I can’t figure out how to make a black outer border be rendered on top of coloured inner lines. Is this even possible? The coloured inner lines always seem to be on top, both visually and when printed.
LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 (Build c28ca90fd6e1a19e189fc16c05f8f8924961e12e) @ Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Version 10.0.19044
If I select a 3x3 cell region and add a black outer border to and red vertical inner lines, green horizontal lines they all intersect in a way I can’t control. I would like to have the black outer border on top of the coloured lines. Is there a way to force the outer border to be on top? Similar to objects in LO-Draw where you can send-to-back and bring-to-front.
Off topic: It looked to me as if I had added the tags “calc” and “border” to the tag-box. I’ve now removed “border” if it wasn’t allowed and included tag in header.
Cell borders.ods (10.2 KB)