At 08:02 15/09/2012 -0400, Tim Lungstrom wrote:
I am having a problem replicating this issue with 3.5.6 64-bit DEB
install on Ubuntu 10.04.
I type '123 and get 123.
Well if I type '123+234 I get the quote.
I think this makes sense. In the first case you are entering what
could be a number, and the (unsmart) quote mark indicates that you
want just text. The second case is different. If you entered
"123+124" (without the preceding quote), you would get that text, not
two numbers (still less the single number 247). So your preceding
quote cannot be intended to suppress the interpretation as a number
and is retained literally as part of the text.
I do have the problem with finding "Custom Quotes" as an
option. There a "Localize Options" that show options for quotes though.
Apologies! You are quite right: I was talking rubbish about where this now is.
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