On 2016/06/29 20:13, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
On 2016/06/28 18:46, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Le 27/06/2016 à 18:57, Thomas Blasejewicz a écrit :
This "(c)" comes from a Japanese style of numbering (lots of) tables
items in a manner like "3.(4).A.(c)-1".
Don't ask me, whether that is good/right or whatever. It is just the
it is and therefore the way I am supposed to render it in the
I would like to think, that therre should be more elegant way ...
If there is, I would be interested too, because it is a PITA. Having to
translate from English to French with this in styles not of my making
and render the same back to a client can quickly become an exercise in
frustration ! ;-)
Posting back (better late then never) as requested about the things I tried:
Options -> Language -> User IF = English
* Default language -> Western = English (USA)
-> Asian = Default Japanese
-> English (default) is NOT in my list
Tools -> Autocorrect options -> "Replace" by language:
All -> no entries
English -> (C) -> deleted -> no change
Default - Japanese -> deleted -> no change
German/Germany -> deleted -> no change
German/Austria -> no fitting entry*
German/Belgium -> no fitting entry
German/Lichtenstein -> no fitting entry
German/Luxembourg -> no fitting entry
German/Switzerland -> no fitting entry
* "no fitting entry" means: there IS the item ".*(c)", but that is
NOT what I am typing.
So, deleting ALL instances of "(c)" I could find in all languages I use
(English, Japanese, German)
still does not change anything.
When I type "(c)" in a document with German as language setting, I
invariably get the copyright mark.
Do I have to delete the "related" items in all the other German variants
- which I NEVER use - too to make this work?
If this setting cannot be changed at all .. no offense, but that would
be really stupid.
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