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


El mié., 31 oct. 2018 a las 13:40, <libreoffice-ml.mbourne@spamgourmet.com>
escribió:

> Remy Gauthier wrote:
> > 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
>

There is a problem with the official builds on Linux. See

https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=119871



>
> On Linux Mint, using LibreOffice 6.1.2.1 from the LibreOffice PPA, I get
> what you expect:
> One Some text here
> First Some text here
>

I confirm that it works with openSUSE Leap builds too.

Regards,
Ricardo



>
> If I change the document language (Tools > Language > For All Text) to
> French, the numbering text changes to French:
> Un Some text here
> Premier Some text here
> (I don't understand much French, but that looks about right to me)
>
> Also works for Greek, even though I don't have a Greek language pack
> installed (no spellchecking available):
> Ένα Some text here
> Πρώτος Some text here
> (I assume the text is correct!)
>
> But for some other languages (e.g. Gaelic), I do get what you're seeing:
> 1 Some text here
> Ordinal 1 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.
>
> For me, page numbering also works as you expect, the same as chapter
> numbering.
>
> > 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.
>
> I'm on Linux Mint, using LibreOffice 6.1.2.1 from the LibreOffice PPA.
> LANG is en_GB.UTF-8.
>
> > What am I missing?
>
> Sorry, I can't see anything obvious, other than the difference in
> distro. As far as I know, the PPA version is based on unmodified
> LibreOffice sources, but maybe there's something included in the PPA
> packages but not the RPMs which makes it work for me. Perhaps someone
> else will have some suggestions...
>
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