Steps to reproduce:
1. Type two valid words separated with a dot and no space.
2. The two words being valid, the whole thing gets saved in the Autocomplete list (assuming it exceeds the minimal length you specified) as a valid word.
Current behavior: Dots act as hyphens, meaning they don’t prevent two words to be saved as one.
Expected behavior: Two words should not be saved as one in the Autocomplete list if they are separated with a dot, because it pollutes the list and it’s a huge waste of time for me to go remove them manually.
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 18.104.22.168 release
Cannot confirm with LibreOffice Version 22.214.171.124 release.
Marking as WORKSFORME. If this is still an issue with 126.96.36.199 release please describe further what you're seeing. I did:
1. Open writer
2. Typed "Small.Fries"
3. The word was underlined because of the missing space after the period
4. Right clicked word, selected "Small. Fries"
No new word was added