I am a Chinese user, but I also do a lot of English writing.
I use Traditional Chinese interface.
The error is every time when I use English and input " and ', the Writer always show up 』and 」. Those are punctuation used in Chinese.
Please please find the bug, than you very much.
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The description of punctuation error.
I think the problem is the punctuation strategy in term of font code. The detail test is in the attached *.odt file.
@Terrence : could you provide us with some more information please :
- what language settings do you have system-wide ?
- which language have you selected in your keyboard settings ?
- since you mention that you use the traditional Chinese interface, have you additionally installed a LibreOffice English language pack ?
Thank you so much.
Due to my computer knowledge, I might misunderstand your questions. But I still do my best to respond.
Q- what language settings do you have system-wide ?
Q- which language have you selected in your keyboard settings ?
A- US English and Traditional Chinese.
Q- since you mention that you use the traditional Chinese interface, have you additionally installed a LibreOffice English language pack ?
A- Before now, I didn't. Following your tip, I download English package to try, but the situation still happens.
Hope this has responded your further questions.
(In reply to Alex Thurgood from comment #3)
> @Terrence : could you provide us with some more information please :
> - what language settings do you have system-wide ?
> - which language have you selected in your keyboard settings ?
> - since you mention that you use the traditional Chinese interface, have you
> additionally installed a LibreOffice English language pack ?
Does this also happen with version 5.3?
Auto-correct change single quote to corner brackets or white corner brackets ( Unicode 0x300c-0x300e). They are typically to quote Chinese sentences or conversations. I typically type with IME and turn off this option in auto-correct / option / localized options.
I'll suggest to modify the default values of the option ( for zh-TW ). It should either be turned off or be those like in English.
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The problem has been fixed in 188.8.131.52.
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #5)
> Does this also happen with version 5.3?
Thanks for all your responses. My problem has been fixed in the version of 184.108.40.206.
Ok great to hear, closing.