In Writer, type 1st get 1^st. This is not usable in French language.
The French ordinal number 1er should get 1^er and 2e get 2^e.
Autocorrect options is partially adapted to French language.
See specification http://www.dsi.univ-paris5.fr/typo.html and http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Localized_AutoCorrection_of_Ordinal_Numbers_%281st_2nd%29.
In LibreOffice 3.4 beta 3 I typed 1er and 2e and I got 1^er and 2^e. So it works for me.
*** Bug 54405 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I like to reopen this bug.
It worked fine in 3.5 but no longer in 3.6.x.x.
I could only test the EN-US where you expect 1st to display 1^st, what it does not.
Resolved in 3.6.2.rc
Can not check bug 44294, if solved for portuguese
Changed Status back to RESOLVED
Sorry Typo bug 44293
No known fix, so WFM
revert wrong Version change
@Horst, please consider:
If you also did this mistake in other Bugs please undo your Version changes there!
OK. It works fine for me with 4.0 release.