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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Who on Earth is the LibO installation target?

Hellon Astron,

Le 10/02/2014 18:44, heinzlesspam@gmail.com a écrit :
> Anyway, just want to pick out a single from all your points: the
> single quote correction. The reason why it's off by default is
> because it is not clever enough to tell when an apostrophe (as in
> Rock 'n' roll, in the worst case with exactly that spelling) or an
> actual quote is meant, as the key pressed in either case is the same.
> The compromise then of course is that we get neither typographically
> correct... which seems to lead lots of people to misappropriate
> accents for apostrophes.

Well, if I understand correctly, it seems better to not set a
typographic must-have for a very common character because of a few
border-line cases? The same could be told about the French double-quotes
which *are* correctly setup and rendered but can bring some "problems"
when one wants actual " (angle second) marks.

Sorry, I don't understand that reasoning.

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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