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Thank you Brian!

I was typing in Hebrew without CTL on (I'm on a Mac, I just setup the Hebrew
keyboard and began typing), and thus wasn't able to see the settings for
Hebrew fonts. I first had to turn on [ Language Settings -> Languages ->
Show UI Elements for Bi-Directional writing ] in order to be able to select
Hebrew as CTL language. From that point I continued with your advice and was
instantly successful.

It would be great if LibreOffice would suggest turning those options on
instantly when I begin writing in such a language, since it already did
recognize I'm typing in Hebrew.

-Toni Mäki-Leppilampi

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