Hi,thanks for this, I hadn't noticed it before (or, at least, I hadn't realised that the input
language could be changed here). However, I'm using windows 7 and I have Russian and Greek
Polytonic keyboards enabled, as well as some custom variants of English to use for transcriptions
from ancient language scripts. All of these are available from the Windows toolbar, but they don't
seem to be accessible via the language block at the bottom of Writer. Should they be? Do I have to
enable them somehow in LO? Or is this for something else?
From: Paul D. Mirowsky <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, 23 March 2015, 20:33
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Font versus Character Substitution
Are you using the language block at the bottom of Writer to change
language when writing a new paragraph in a different language?
It should be displaying your default language until you change it.
Hope this helps.
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