On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 4:20 PM, Christian Lohmaier
On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 4:52 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster
The language of text is part of the character properties and is
inherited the usual way:
direct formatting, character template, paragraph formatting, paragraph
template, document setting.
A careful reader pointed out to me that the language cannot be set in
Format|Paragraph (i.e. no direct format on a paragraph level exists
for this, only in the paragraph style).
So while you can assign a language to an entire paragraph using the
language item in the Statusbar or using the contextmenu while
spell-checking, this sets the character format accordingly.
But of course the basic idea still holds true - you can define the
language globally, and can gradually override them to a different one.
Which method to choose depends on the nature of the document. But when
working with different writing systems, very likely you will use the
paragraph template method, as usually you'd use a different font as
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