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Old 11-09-2004, 07:32 AM   #1
Registered: Oct 2003
Location: Brazil
Distribution: Gentoo
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Angry OpenOffice: I want to use it in Portuguese


I installed OpenOffice on my Gentoo System, I set the language to Portuguese, the currency to Brazilian, EVERYTHING portuguese or brazilian, but I CANT type accents!!!! Man, what the hell is that?! And I can't find reliable information on OpenOffice site that explains this problem... Maybe I have to set something like LANG=pt_BR (I cant remember because I never understood that)...

Anyway, gimme some light on this one, please... I want to understand this language settings...

C ya!!


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