You should be able to change fonts to suit whatever you're working
on at the time -
[go to options to set accordingly first]
then with the most appropriate font, you can add to it by
clicking on 'character map' which will pop up a box containing various
for example, if you wish to add the letters which contain
various above or below characters, as found in the Romance languages.
[start -> character map -> scroll through box]
BTW - you're English is fine; but please don't use NAZI again ;-)
From: Anaroyondo <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 7:41 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] [Win LO4.1.3] All symbols in autocorrect
My first post here, I'm not used to mailing-lists so please forgive any
I would like to use several symbols il LO.
I use autocorect a lot, like /^ would do North-East arrow, and \v South-East
Unfortunately, I can only choose the "Segoe UI" font in autocorrect "insert
symbol" right-click menu, and SE arrow does not exist in it.
I still can copy-paste from wiki but I would there be some way to access any
ASCII symbol il LO ?
Also, this SE arrow shows wierdly in some fonts (I use Times New Roman),
sometime disapearing (leaving an ugly square), sometimes shrinking.
Is this a known bug ? Is there any workaround ?
As you could see, English is not my native language, so, grammar nazi,
please spare my life.
Thank you very much for help
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