Subject: Re: [office] OFFICE-3765
Hi Michael, Michael Stahl schrieb am 26.04.2018 um 16:11:
... so what you want to do is essentially split one <number:text> in two?
Yes, that is the effect. can't be done with this schema, and you can't put
number:fill-character inside number:text either with it. ... it might work to put an <optional><element "number:text"></optional> right after the number:fill-character ... however that would also allow 2 consecutive number:text in some cases ... if this feature is really needed
I cannot say, whether it is "really needed", but both Excel and LibreOffice allow such format code. So it is likely, that there a documents, which use it.
LibreOffice writes it in extended mode as e.g.<number:number-style style:name="N10121" number:language="en" number:country="US" number:title="fill"> <number:scientific-number number:decimal-places="2" loext:min-decimal-places="2" number:min-integer-digits="1" number:min-exponent-digits="2" loext:exponent-interval="1" loext:forced-exponent-sign="true"/>
<loext:text> </loext:text> <loext:fill-character>~</loext:fill-character> <number:text>m</number:text> </number:number-style> Kind regards Regina