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Hi Jerry,

Jerry Rémy schrieb:
Dear LibreOffice Team,

I would like to receive a liberating solution from the team related
to non-English languages. As I pasted an external source written in
French into Libre Office I get an unusual result:

Tu Útais en ╔den, le jardin de Dieu; Tu Útais couvert de toute espÞce
de pierres prÚcieuses, De sardoine, de topaze, de diamant, De
chrysolithe, d'onyx, de jaspe, De saphir, d'escarboucle, d'Úmeraude,
et d'or; Tes tambourins et tes fl¹tes Útaient Ó ton service, PrÚparÚs
pour le jour o¨ tu fus crÚÚ.

Original Text:

Tu étais en Éden, le jardin de Dieu; Tu étais couvert de toute espèce
de pierres précieuses, De sardoine, de topaze, de diamant, De
chrysolithe, d'onyx, de jaspe, De saphir, d'escarboucle, d'émeraude,
et d'or; Tes tambourins et tes flûtes étaient à ton service, Préparés
pour le jour où tu fus créé.

As you can see, every accented letter is replaced either with
capitalized letters or some other symbol. Please help! Thank you for
your prompt understanding and response to the matter at hand.

This kind of errors are typical for a wrong encoding. Please tell us into which part of LibreOffice you try to paste the text. The ways to correct the encoding are different.

Which operating system do you use? Which application has generated the text?

Kind regards

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