I am working on a Greek document in Writer and because I am lazy I am letting the autocorrect system put accents when possible. Unfortunately the Autocorrect system fails to do its job when the word is next to punctuation or when it is in the beginning of a sentence.
See following small screenshot to better understand.
I've checked v22.214.171.124 and the behaviour is the same.
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Screenshot of the problem
I tried with LibO 126.96.36.199 under Win7x64 and I can reproduce the issue you describe only if words are close to punctations such as « and » (exactly like in your screenshot).
It seems that the autocorrect engine doesn't recognize those characters as autocorrect "triggers".
other punctation marks like ( " , ; : . ) corretly trigger the autocorrect replacements.
status --> NEW
can we add those « and » to the "autocorrect" triggers list?
What about the part where the word is at the start of the sentence? I showed that in the image I uploaded. Shouldn't autocorrect fix that as well?
on my system, v188.8.131.52 on W7x64, autocorrect fails for words enclosed in left and right double quotation marks. I mean the unicode chars U+201C and U+201D
see here for the marks in question
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greek autocorrect fails for words in double quotation marks
example of greek autocorrect fails for words in double quotation marks
does this happen just with greek language?
Anyway I strongly suggest you to upgrade to LibO 5.1.x or 5.2.x since the 184.108.40.206 release you are using is obsolete and may suffer from bugs that have been fixed in newer branches
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autocorrecct fails in quoted words regardless of language
using latest stable build arch linux 32bit
are you seeing this issue on Linux only on Windows too?
mmhhh... it seems the issue is triggered by automatic replacement of single and double quotes in Autocorrect Localized Options
if the replacement is enabled the autocorrect doesn't work after a quote.
if the replacement is disabled (like I have in my LibO) it seems to work fine.
regarding the issue at the start of the sentence remember that autocorrect is case sensitive so if you have an asdf -> aside rule, it will apply if you type asdf in middle of the phrase.
but if you type it at the beginning of the phrase and you have automatic first capitalization, your asdf will indeed turn into Asdfg and won't correct unless you add a new autocorrect rule such ad Asdfg -> Aside
after doing some queries in the bug tracker I found that this issue was already reported before.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 54409 ***