Created attachment 54959 [details]
Portuguese ordinal numbers suffixes
"Format ordinal number suffixes (1st -> 1^st) " in Tools/AutoCorrect Options/Localized Options doesn't work in portuguese.
The specification of the replacements is:
replace the "ro" after the number for ^.o (male genre);
replace the "ra" after the number for ^.a (female genre).
replace the "ros" after the number for ^.os (male genre);
replace the "ras" after the number for ^.as (female genre).
This configuration solve the problem for both pt(Portugal) and pt-BR(Brazil). Please, see the examples in the attached image.
Still a problem for you?
Did that work in more early versions for you? For (from OOo9 inherited problems please use Version 3.3.0 Beta2
On pc Debian x86-64 with master sources (future 4.3.0) updated yesterday, I gave a try and reproduced the problem.
I contacted Sérgio Marques (from https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Language_Teams), here are more information:
1a and 1o are converted to 1ª and 1º but they should be converted to 1.ª and 1.º
The examples in bugtracker still dont work but they are valid and should be like screenshot attached in bug report.
So there are 2 ways to abbreviate:
- 1a / 1o
- 1ra / 1ro
idem for plural:
Each time the 2 ways should return the same.
still reproducible with LibO 184.108.40.206.alpha1+
Build ID: 7d3fa6bae9f7a755eb2d0ca24bf1afd5f3646bb7
TinderBox: Win-x86@39, Branch:master, Time: 2015-08-09_08:38:08
Locale: it-IT (it_IT)
Set back from 'enhancement' to 'normal' bug.
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