At 19:10 18/02/2015 -0500, Taang Zomi wrote:
Earlier today, I was encountered with two strange behaviors in
LibreOffice Writer. ... (1) In the footer of the page, I had page
number and date, in the template. But when I clicked the template,
there was no page number (and no date) in the footer. I went to
Google, ... . The solution was: View --> Field Names and the page
number and date appeared.
You can toggle between the display of filed name and their values.
(2) Whenever I typed an internet address, there was no underscore:
http://www.libreoffice.org. The underscore does not appear even now.
You can easily underline any text by selecting it and using
right-click | Style > | Underline (or in various other ways). But
perhaps you mean more than that?
o If you want URLs to be automatically detected and converted to
hyperlinks, you need to have the option(s) ticked at Tools |
AutoCorrect Options... | Options | URL Recognition.
o If you are finding hyperlinks are not appearing in the correct
colour and with the correct style, you can modify the appropriate
styles at Format | Styles and Formatting. Click on the Character
Styles button and right-click the relevant style and select Modify...
| Font Effects. The relevant styles are Internet Link and Visited
You do realise that automatic detection will not occur until you
follow the URL with a space or line break or paragraph break (or similar?)?
I trust this helps.
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