Bug: Table/cell styles don't define cell height and character format
Indesign CC 2020, v17.1
The dialog to create a new cell style doesn't have a definition for the cell height (value "At least" / "Exactly") like we find it in the table properties panel. Table styles also don't define cell height and that is all we can use. If you adjust the cell height manually and redefine the cell style, it's also not submitted. So there is no chance to format an entire table just by selecting a table style.
Next is characters. If there is supposed to be text in a table, that text gotta have a style. Since we want to be able to define different styles for the header row(s) and body, the styles would be nested. Means, a cell style defines the style of the cell, but also of the text by using a character style.
So, while a table style can define how the different cells shall be filled/stroked it can only format half of the table. Why? Why not make it complete?