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Hi John,

John Jason Jordan schrieb am 23-Feb-20 um 01:58:
On Sun, 23 Feb 2020 00:42:38 +0100
Regina Henschel <> dijo:

left [ stack{""+"consonantal"#""-"voice"#""+"continuant} right none

That line didn't work.

My fault. Missed one quotation mark
left [ stack{""+"consonantal"#""-"voice"#""+"continuant"} right none

This looks like it might be lots easier than messing with formulas, but
I don't have a Symbols toolbar. When I installed LO I thought I
installed absolutely everything, but maybe I missed something.

No you missed nothing. Look in the Standard toolbar. There should be an icon "Show Drawing Functions" somewhere on the right end of the Standard toolbar. Click it. It opens the toolbar "Drawing". It is likely docked to the bottom or to the left side. On this toolbar you see a Smiley with a little triangle, click the triangle to open the sub-toolbar "Symbol Shapes".

But if you are not familiar with these toolbars, it might be easier for you to use the menu: Insert > Shape > Symbol Shapes. There you find the brackets.

Kind regards

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