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Hi Everyone!

I think it is time to open a bug (checking if there is one already).
In any case, I will put in the text the reference to this thread.

Have a nice Sunday,


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Il 05/03/2016 22:54, Piet van Oostrum ha scritto:
Graham Luffrum wrote:

  > After some investigating, I realised that the auto-correction is set up to
  > change -->, i.e. 2 dashes followed by the greater than sign, to the right
  > arrow.  As far as I can tell there is no item set up for ->.  Using the
  > correct combination, i.e. -->, does not cause the problem described by the
  > OP.

In my setup There is also a translation of -> to a rightarrow. I have no idea if this was standard 
or that I had added it myself.

The strange thing is that in another document, an Impress presentation that I was makeing, when I entered -> 
followed by a space, it was translated to "→ semplificazione →" so the wrong translation got 
remembered. However this was not reflected in the Autocorrect Options.

So there really seems to be something fishy here. After restarting LO everything is back to normal, 

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