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AUTO‑KŨNË‑RÊGΘI‑ŨNË : VÊQA‑TŨNË ڤحقى‑طون TO ADË‑DË

asked 2016-01-03 15:14:59 +0100

Nemzag gravatar image

updated 2016-01-15 01:56:21 +0100

Hi,

I would like to ask some‑thing, to de‑vs...

In auto‑cor‑rec‑ti‑ôn you can make modi‑fica‑ti‑ôn, but the modi‑fica‑ti‑ôn happën after hitt‑ing "space", some‑time if the term is pollov‑ed / follow‑ed by ", . ! ?", it is not värg‑ing...

But I would like to be able to make change in the term auto‑mati‑cal‑ly pro ex‑ample to use a long A : "Ā", I would like to be able to ad‑d "AAA" auto‑cor‑rec‑ti‑ôn "Ā", but in di‑rect‑ly in the in‑tra‑term, with‑out do‑ing "space"...

To do that, you just need to ad‑d a new func‑ti‑ôn with a box to check, in "auto‑cor‑rec‑ti‑ôn", to say do that modi‑fica‑ti‑ôn di‑rect‑ly by typ‑ing in it "III = Ī" or "~I = Ĩ",, with‑out need to press "space"...

Be‑cause if I wanth to change AAA to Ā, now I have to do it to pro each terms like this KAAALLË /KĀLLË, RAAALLË / RĀLLË, so please ad‑d this func‑ti‑ôn of di‑rect change (by typ‑ing it) in the term...

Please...

Ʒood day.

Kanth you.

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answered 2016-01-03 23:54:11 +0100

horst gravatar image

updated 2016-01-15 17:04:28 +0100

Sinze version 5.0 you can enclose your AAA with colons :AAA: and then you don't need the blank at the end.

EDIT & Answer:

If I understand you right you want to type AAA inside a word and it should be replaced by Ā.

In this case you have to enter the Ā in the "With"-field and in the "Replace"-Field .* AAA.* .The bracket .* are a unknown but do the job. You have to enter for each replacement (III, AAA ...) one entry in the autocorrect Replacement Table.

The change will not be done right away but wenn you enter a "blank" or ".Period" or ",Comma" after the word.

Try it out I hope it works for you.

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Yes, this is what i vanth, in vrôthë... Buthë yovrë trickë notë vrukë, I try‑éd, nô rê‑shulth !!! What bracket to use "." (U+????) which ône ?

Nemzag gravatar imageNemzag ( 2016-01-15 02:07:01 +0100 )edit

You need no brackets. .* .* are used like brackets. Thats what I ment. The editor here was killing the * asterix that was confused you. I edited my answer to make it clear.

horst gravatar imagehorst ( 2016-01-15 17:00:04 +0100 )edit

Kanth you ! Knath you ! Tshang you ! Tʰang you ! It's vrug‑ũng !!!

"TʰAT WAS", yeah !!! Buth I'm not now any‑poly, what a tragic drama !!! Out of the Têlãndrrêamwë طحلأندررحامو !!! Héll !!! (P.S. I noticed a bug that I reported multiple usage of ".*", is not recognized immediatly, we need to make space many time !!!)...

Nemzag gravatar imageNemzag ( 2016-01-17 03:03:40 +0100 )edit

HI, I HAVE LOT OF PROBLEM WITH LIBRE OFFICE 5.10, WITH UNRECOVERABLE FILE (MESSAGE SAYING FILE CAN'T BE FOUND), SO I INSTALLED OPEN-OFFICE AND I SHARED PATH OF AUTO CORRECTION ON BOTH TOOLS, MOST OF THE FILE ARE THE SAME, BUT THE "ALL" IS VARIANT, ONE IS "ACOR_.DAT" & "ACOR_UND.DAT". BUT MY PROBLEM IS THAT THE MODIFICATION COMMAND « .* », IS NOT RECOGNIZED IN OPEN OFFICE, WHAT IS THE COMMAND TO USE IN OPEN OFFICE OR BOTH ? HOW TO USE SAME NAME FILE PRO ALL : ACOR_.DAT ?

Nemzag gravatar imageNemzag ( 2016-02-04 01:32:47 +0100 )edit

@Nemzag: LO5.1 is a very new version with expected bugs. Use 5.0.4 it looks fairly stable to me. OpenOffice might not have the new commands in the autocorrect.

horst gravatar imagehorst ( 2016-02-04 17:20:39 +0100 )edit
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answered 2016-01-13 03:36:22 +0100

Nemzag gravatar image

updated 2016-01-13 12:20:36 +0100

Kanth you !!!

But you ad‑vice is not hêlp‑ing me...

I need that in "AutoCorrect" Windows, Section "Replace", a box to check under new & delete to be able to make changes in‑side the term... AAA / Ā like this "caaarly" / "cārly", paaatate / pātate... Without needing to do it pro each term...

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