On 2018/05/16 22:25, Regina Henschel wrote:
Thomas Blasejewicz schrieb am 16.05.2018 um 13:32:
On 2018/05/16 20:09, Regina Henschel wrote:
I tried that. In there it is called "reverse solidus" -> Yen / backslash
are identical and ONLY the Yen mark ever appears in the Find dialog.
So, this does not help.
Then the question is more, why the backslash it converted at all. I
think, that it is not a problem in LibreOffice, but one of the
operating system. In case of Windows 10 you might try the "Advanced
Settings for Microsoft IME". In its part "AutoCorrect" you will find a
replacement of \ to ¥. Perhaps if you set it to "No conversion" the
problem goes away.
I cannot test it.
Yes, I tried that too, but it does not work.
Googling the topic I found an article "Entering a backslash when using
UK keyboard layout on US keyboard" saying that you can get a backslash
by typing <Alt>92.
That gives me again a Yen mark.
Installing a US keyboard layout (again) does not help either.
I guess, I have to think of some other solution.
Sorry for having you all bothered with this.
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