After some hours of work the solution was, as often, very simple.
Stuart, your idea works :-) .
* I added en-US as a user interface language, switched to this
language and "fn - F3" worked .
* Then I copied the .bau files from …LibreOffice4/share/autotext/en-US
to the corresponding folder with my language.
* Changed to Norwegian nynorsk. It now works as asumed.
Well, I first reinstalled the Norwegian language packages to give it a
try. The fn - F3 combination still doesn't work.
Yes, you are right, I am using Norwegian nynorsk (and sometimes bokmål).
Thank you Stuart and Regina.
Den 06.05.2015 13:54, V Stuart Foote skreiv:
Not certain, but suspect that at least the "Standard" set of AutoText in
en-US will always be included in core build, and translated into the
language packs. You can check from Tools -> Options and resetting your user
interface and documents to English (USA) and restarting LibreOffice. Then
check if the "Standard" AutoText, which includes the "FN" formula numbering
table cell insertion, is available to you.
Then if you have set an interface language, it is Norwegian right? If so,
you would need to add the corresponding Language pack, either Bokmål (nb) or
Nynorsk (nn) as you prefer.
For 220.127.116.11 they would be here for the Windows builds:
For the 18.104.22.168 pre-release here
You can back up the tree to get other OS, or languages as needed.
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