First, what does Language Settings have measurement units?
Second, if I correctly understood what you're getting at, you can find
it in Tools → Options → LibreOffice Writer → General → Settings →
On 2020-02-19 18:05, [hidden email] wrote:
> What happened to the built in metric/imperial unit function. This was
> usable in write.
> Configuration used to be at
>> Tools >Options >Language Settings >[I've forgotten what this was called]
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> On 19/02/20 11:29 pm, Udvarias Ur wrote:
>> First, what does Language Settings have measurement units?
> The function I am looking for is in LibreOffice 220.127.116.11
> Specifically, configuration is at >Tools >Options >Language Settings
>> English Sentence Checking >Other
> Checkbox 1: Convert to Metric (Centigrade, km/h, m, kg, l)
> Checkbox 2: Thousands separation of large numbers
> Checkbox 3: Convert to non-metric (F, mph, ft, lb, gal)
> The entire menu item "English Sentence Checking" is not in LibreOffice
> Also missing from 18.104.22.168 is Lightproof Grammar checker for English.
> (I'll grant that Language Tool is much better option than LightProof
>> Second, if I correctly understood what you're getting at, you can find
>> it in Tools → Options → LibreOffice Writer → General → Settings →
>> Measurement Unit.
> That is a different function. That affects layout structure. The
> function I'm looking for enables one to change the content of the document.
> I've attached a screenshot to show the page in the options menu that I'm
> wondering what happened to.