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asked 2012-08-19 10:08:25 +0200SteveH_66
Hi all, in past versions of Libre Office, Writer would automatically superscript the th or rd or st after the day in a date. So August 19th, 2012 looked like August 19th, 2012. Anyone know how I can get that behavior back? I kind of liked it. Thanks, Steve
answered 2012-09-17 20:42:07 +0200horst
There is/was an issue in LO 3.6.x.x with this. Bug 32784, Bug 44293.
I don't know if it will be resolved in 3.6.2.x. It works in 3.5.x.x
answered 2012-09-17 14:36:36 +0200SternByName
This is a bug for me too, on two separate machines, both MS Windows, LibreOffice 220.127.116.11. PS Where is the 'commenting tool' we are supposed to use?
None of those solutions work, the closest one was the one with the bug reference even though it talked mainly about Linux. After I changed languages from Default - English[US] to English[US], it would correct some of the ordinal numbers when i opened the document up, didn't correct them as i typed though. I went back to Default-English[US] in my language settings. I will just use the shortcut keys for superscript text until they get on this bug and fix it. Thanks
P.S. - the checkboxes for [M] and [T] in AutoCorrect popup window Localized Options were already checked. As another user said, tried unchecking them, restarting, rechecking, restarting - didn't work.
answered 2012-08-31 03:13:26 +0200Wonkin
Have tried this without sucess. Any other suggestions.
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Asked: 2012-08-19 10:08:25 +0200
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