On 2016/07/06 15:45, Piet van Oostrum wrote:
Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
> 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.
.*(c) looks like a regular expression. I don't know exactly what the interpretation of it is when
doing autocorrection but I would suspect that these should also be deleted.
Well, I deleted the .*(c) from ALL German variants too.
Now, there is NOWHERE in the languages I use (English, Japanese,
German) any such entry as (c),
but LO is still throwing the copyright mark at me.
This cannot be right.
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