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Hi Milos,

On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 10:18 PM, Milos Sramek <> wrote:

AutoText in Slovak localization is not functional. Does it work in other

In Edit->AutoText... I can see the cdrbus50, cdrbus54, standard and
templates items, however, without any subitems as in the case if English is
set. Insertion by means of F3 is not functional, too.

If I replace, say, /opt/libreoffice4.0/share/autotext/sk/standard.bau by the
equivalent file from en_US directory, the subitems appear and insertion by
F3 is functional (in english and only partially - a dialog opens which asks
me to choose from two items - they are however identical). Maybe the Slovak
autotext files are not correct - they may be very old, eventually from the
era of OOO1.0.

Any Idea, how to fix this?

.bau files are zip archives. You can unzip them, and you'll see a
directory structure with XML files. One difference that I see between
sk (and cs) and other files, that in META_INF directory there is
MANIFEST.MF instead of manifest.xml. There may be other differences.
You can experiment what works for you, then you can submit  updated
.bau files for integration (via gerrit or via a bug report).

Best regards,

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