Sorry, but I have another stupid question.
I am using a Japanese computer with a Japanese keyboard that I have set
to switch between English (German) and Japanese input.
Activating the US English keyboard does not help.
When I want to use regular expressions in Writer I am supposed to enter
While writing in Writer I get that backslash, but in the Find dialog I
always get the "Yen" mark no matter what I do.
Naturally, find dialog always tells me, there is no such thing as for
example "backslash+p", since the find field
contains on "yen+p".
Is there a trick to tell the Find dialog that I am talking about
"backslash" and NOT "Yen"?
So far all my attempts have failed. (meaning I am unable to use regular
expressions associated with a backslash).
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