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       There should be a 'character map' on your machine -
          this may be found by clicking on start --> type char --> this box
will appear --> then choose the font & character within that font desired;

       There are also keys you may click to access that particular
character in the future.

On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 11:31 AM, Ken-GSS

In the T language project, we are using Libre Office and would
like to use the special characters needed for several of the languages.

For example in one of the languages we need a special “l”. The Unicode of
that character is an l with a superscripted macron. The combined characters
come out like this: l̄ or for the capital L̄
This is easy in another program we are using. Just put the desired changes
into the autocorrect file and the special characters take care of
themselves. But whenever I try to use the autocorrect in Libre Office ( I
tell it to make “ll” become “l̄”) it only works if ll is typed in
isolation. Otherwise the program ignores the autocorrect file. What can I
do to make Libre Office change every occurance of “ll” to “l̄”? I will need
to be able to do this for at least 22 characters over 3 languages (if you
include capital and lower case).

Can you help ?


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