MS Word allows to autoreplace special characters like "New line", "Line Break" and others, and LO Writer no. Add this feature please
When you create a text in Writer with for example (shift/Ctrl)Enters, images etc, select that, open Tools > Autocorrect options, fill in a name and click new, you are where you want ?
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #1)
> HI Yan,
> When you create a text in Writer with for example (shift/Ctrl)Enters, images
> etc, select that, open Tools > Autocorrect options, fill in a name and click
> new, you are where you want ?
Sorry, I have meant find and replace, not autocorrection
Choose Options and then Regular expressions.
Click on Help for examples.
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #3)
> Hi Yan
> Choose Options and then Regular expressions.
> Click on Help for examples.
I don't see there new line symbol, only break (\n). How to remove all newlines? (enter)
Honestly I don't know without searching myself ;)
Maybe you can ask at ask.libreoffice or one of the other user support possibilities?
status quo. I'm in process of searching solution. Have written to administrator of russian LO community
Created attachment 111304 [details]
The problem resolved, it was dollar sign. But there are two more questions.
1. It was difficult to find, because of incorrect russian translation (looks like it was translated by Google translate or even something sillier, attached screenshot)
2. The way it is implemented is too complicated. I think this bug should be feature-request anyway. It is easy to code thing, just dropdown menu where, for example, dollar sign named as "New line"
aaaa. Help menu paragraph is not translated fully, only part of it. Upper part means something other.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 31480 ***
(In reply to Yan Pashkovsky from comment #7)
> 1. It was difficult to find, because of incorrect russian translation
Yan, if you can please help out with localization: https://translations.documentfoundation.org/ru/libo_help
Note that many strings are wrongly translated since the OpenOffice.org era (in various languages), and a lack of volunteers means that there is insufficient manpower to improve these.
I will translate, but how to find that string in the bunch of huge translations?
Suggested translation https://translations.documentfoundation.org/ru/libo_help/translate/shared/01.po#unit=33550592
(In reply to Yan Pashkovsky from comment #12)
> Suggested translation
Can you pls make contact with the russian l10n team?
They are the best to bring your translation were it belongs.
See here http://www.libreoffice.org/community/nlc/
(more info: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Language#Native_Language )
(In reply to Cor Nouws from comment #13)
Hello! I have always had talks with russian team and the translations are moved from suggestions to approved translation by user "bormant" (links below):
According to what I see on these links - the translation must appear in the next LO release (4.3.6)