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On 06/26/2016 05:28 PM, Eric Beversluis wrote:
It seems in M$ Word that the default if for the em-dash always to stick with its left term when confronted with a line break.

In LO Writer, this seems not the case. One seems to have to first insert U+FEFF and then the em-dash. Is there a way to change the default in LO Writer?

I thought to try search and replace. But it's behaving strangely. When I use a hex code in the search field (\u2014) it finds them. But when I put the same kind of code in the replace field, it replaces with the code (\ufeff or \u00e8) rather than with the character the code stands for. Why would the regular expression work in the search field but not in the replace field?
Eric Beversluis <>

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