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[libreoffice-users] Writer: Using “spell out” chapter numbering styles


Hi,

I have been trying to experiment with the "spell out" numbering styles
in Writer. To setup my document, I went to Tools -> Chapter Numbering,
and selected "One, two, three..." for Numbering with Heading 1 at level
1, and "First, Second, Third" for Numbering with Heading 2 at level 2.
I then went to an empty document, set the style of the first line to
"Heading 1", and the style of the second line to "Heading 2". My
document now looks like this:

1<tab>Some text here
Ordinal-number 1<tab>Some text here

I was expecting something more along the lines of:

One<tab>Some text here
First<tab>Some text here

The same seems to be happening with the page numbering (Style -> Page
tab -> page Number), where I still get numbered page numbers as opposed
to "spelled out" page numbers.

My defaut LANG setting is fr_CA.utf8, and the behavior is exactly the
same with en_US.utf8, or just "C". Running LO 6.1.2.1 on Fedora 27,
downloaded from the LO site.

What am I missing?

Thank you in advance for any information.

Rémy.
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