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Dotan Cohen wrote

What you are describing is the expected behaviour. The neutral
character will take its directionality from the directional characters
surrounding it. If those two characters are of differing
directionality then the character assumes the directionality assigned
to the paragraph. For more information, see here:

Yes, this is the expected behavior. But, as I said, it's reasonable to
expect that directionality markers will be inserted automatically. You can't
expect people (think schoolchildren) to insert these markers manually. Is
there a way to configure LibreOffice to do it?

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