No, it works but you have to do a little bit more with .txt or .csv
Character encoding will be taken from the "Locale setting" applied globally
to LibreOffice (Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> Languages).
So, when opening documents (.txt or .csv) with a different encoding--for
Writer use the "Text - choose encoding" (File -> Open and use the drop down
menu to select). And in Calc on opening, the Text import dialog will allow
you to choose the character set encoding and language of the source .txt or
.csv -- applied by columns if need be.
P.S. please open new threads when posting new topics rather than using an
existing thread and replying with a title change.
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