I installed Ubuntu 22.04 (normal install on hardware) soon after it was released. It came with LibreOffice 126.96.36.199.
The problem is that the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+; doesn't insert the current date into a cell anymore. Instead, it enters an underlined "e", which turns out to be a starting point for inserting emojis. If you enter Ctrl+; then press Space, up pops a menu showing different categories of emojis:
The menu Insert → Date, still shows Ctrl+; to be the keyboard shortcut, but something is clearly wrong.
Ctrl+Shift+; does insert the current time as it should.
Is this fixable, or a LibreOffice bug?