In LibreOffice Writer, installed with American English as the default language, the Mediawiki template loads with the German settings of the template's creation. See "Expected Behavior" for suggestion on proposed feature to solve . . .
Steps to reproduce:
2. Type any text surrounded by quote marks. It uses German quote marks (with the opening quote mark at the baseline, as opposed to up higher as in English), I presume because this template was created by a German user?
3. To correct for English, open Styles (F11), right-click Default->Font tab, set language for font as "American English (default)."
Uses whatever language settings are built into a template (I don't know whether "Font" is the only setting affected).
It would be great if there were a way to prompt the user whether to convert any language settings in a template to their installed Default Language.
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 22.214.171.124 release
Adding keyword needsUXEval to get more input how this could work or if another solution is possible.
We could make this a duplicate of bug 86483 and/or bug 89676. See also bug 119395 and bug 75218. In a nutshell it means to ship localized templates rather than implementing code to convert. However, both are options.
And in respect to the 'beware of the german' warning idea, that could be done per infobar. Should be a simple easyhack.