Mongolian letters sometimes does not join with NNBSP, especially when this space is not following Mongolian letters.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Writer
2. Insert -> Frame -> Frame Interactively
3. Set text direction as Left-to-Right (vertical)
4. Copy the text from https://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/mvf/%E1%A0%AD%E1%A0%A6%E1%A0%B6%E1%A0%A6%E1%A0%AD_%E1%A0%AC%E1%A0%A0%E1%A0%AD%E1%A0%A0%E1%A0%A8_%E1%A0%A4_%E1%A0%AA%E1%A0%A2%E1%A0%B4%E1%A0%A2%E1%A0%AD%E1%A0%8C
5. Select all texts, set western font as Liberation Serif, set complex font as Mongolian Baiti.
6. Copy & paste the frame
7. Select all texts at the next frame, set font as Mongolian Baiti.
Mongolian letters failed to join with NNBSP if NNBSP followed by digits. See my screenshot.
Mongolian letters should always join with NNBSP.
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CPU 线程：4; 操作系统：Windows 6.19; UI 渲染：默认;
区域语言：zh-CN (zh_CN); Calc: group
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So the problem is before the string [ 1246 ?
(In reply to Buovjaga from comment #5)
> So the problem is before the string [ 1246 ?
No, it’s after the string 1246.
Arch Linux 64-bit, KDE Plasma 5
Build ID: 7a2e7c32d38db02aaa5d78d5e8aaf86cabfde586
CPU threads: 8; OS: Linux 4.13; UI render: default; VCL: kde4;
Locale: fi-FI (fi_FI.UTF-8); Calc: group
Built on October 28th 2017
Is there anyway to make MMBSP works the same as ZWJ while
Is there anyway to make NNBSP works the same as ZWJ?
Still reproduce in
Version: 18.104.22.168 (x64)
CPU 线程：4; 操作系统：Windows 10.0; UI 渲染：默认;
区域语言：zh-CN (zh_CN); Calc: group
As a workaround, inserting ZWJ between space and Mongolian letter would works. This can be done in the following steps:
1. Type “200D” between them
2. Select the code
3. Press Alt + X
This method could making Mongolian suffixes works as expected in this case, but couls making them breakable, further more, so many Mongolian fonts having contextual forms after NNBSP, so there is necessary to improve LibO to make Hudum Mongolian text well performanced.
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