Try this folks:
1. Type (
2. Type C
3. Type )
4. Type space
5. Previous three characters become a copyright sign automatically
6. Type ctrl-z and step 5 is undone
7. Type ctrl-z and the space is deleted.
This seems to be general behaviour throughout LO.
Automatic changes are treated as a virtual keystroke and can be undone.
Has anyone else had similar experience?
PS I've just done it again to check. - B
On 12/12/2012 02:06 PM, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 12/12/12 15:01, Tom Davies a écrit :
I have to leave a space either after the opening bracket, or before the
closing bracket, in order for (c) not to be converted into the copyright
symbol. If I enter a space, close the bracket and then delete the space,
then leave that and start typing the next word, it automatically
converts that sequence back into the copyright symbol.
>From reading the French mailing lists, it might be something you can
turn off in the autocorrect dialogues.
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