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On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 11:40 PM, shaulkr <> wrote:
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?

And what about the situations in which one does not want these markers
added automatically?

I suppose an improvement could be made in that if one neighbouring
character has directionality and the other is a space, then the
neutral character should get the neighbouring character's
directionality. I will have to play with a few test cases. However,
LibreOffice is not the place to implement this. It would have to be
made standard, and then LO could implement the standard. I'll talk to
Shachar Shemesh about this next week. If you don't hear back from me
by Wednesday then ping me and remind me to talk to him.


Dotan Cohen

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