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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] info about faq n. 147


Hi Massimo
Le 24/06/2016 10:13, Massimo Zaffaina a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> I'm traslating the faq n. 147 (https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Faq/Writer/147) and I have a doubt about the path Tools ▸ Options ▸ Language Settings ▸ Languages ▸ Show UI elements for Bi-Directional writing and I can't find the "Show UI elements for Bi-Directional writing".
> In which version I can find it?

This option doesn't exist any more. When you check Asian and CTL under
Languages, this activates 3 more options under Language settings:
Searching in Japanese, Asian Layout and Complex Text Layout. UI items
will be activated once the language settings have been checked.

Cheers
Sophie
>
> Best,
> Massimo Zaffaina
>


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Re: [libreoffice-l10n] info about faq n. 147Marina Latini <marina@studiostorti.com>
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