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Hi

when i past a text from FM in french language into Open Office or microsoft Word, this one consider my text as english, even if my preferences are on French language in both.

What can i do :bang::bang::bang: ?

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Which one is considered in English? The pasted text into the application? It might be the model you're using in Word (Normal.dot) or Open Office.

Tu utilises FM en français? De quel endroit es-tu?

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hello nick "pablo"

In french for nick

salut nick

je suis français et vis à Alès dans le sud de la France

donc oui, normal j'utilise FM dans ma langue

avec les collègues français de FM source nous en arrivons à la conclusion que la version française l'est seulement en apparence, car le texte est formaté en Ansi lang1033, donc Anglais (USA) (on a vérifié avec un éditeur hexadécimal).

Je crois que malheureusement il n'y a rien à faire du coté de FM.

Et pour te répondre les Open office ou word sont bien configurés en français. Ces logiciels reconnaissent fort logiquement le format RTF issu de FM comme anglais. Alors à chaque fois que je colle du texte de FM je suis obligé de le convertir en français.

Voilà l'histoire.

Ah oui je vois que tu es du Québec.

Quand j'étais enfant j'ai résidé près de Toronto puis à Montréal.

In English for all

I am French and live in Alès in the South of France

so yes, I use normal FM in my language

with French colleagues FM source we come to the conclusion that the French version is only in appearance, because the text is formatted lang1033 Ansi, so English (USA) (we checked with a hex editor).

I think that unfortunately there's nothing to do on the side of FM.

And to answer, the Open Office or Word are configured in French. These programs recognize logically RTF from FM as English. So every time I paste text from FM, I have to convert it into French.

That is my history.

Oh yes, I see you are in Quebec.

When I was a child I lived near Toronto and later in Montreal.

Good luck in FM (not french : )

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