Bortajete gadete afubba nna boode woloota baadi qineessubba tiranno.

Tene hajajo injeesate...

Choose - Languages and Locales - General.

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Horoonsiraanchu reqecciimo

Horoonsiraanchu reqecciimora kaa'lanno afoo doori, Lawishshaho mayinubba, hasaawubba, irkote fayilla. Ajanna mitto ledote afii usura woy batinyu afuubbi LibreOffice laalcho baisiisa noohe.

Loosate amuraatira "Gadete" eo horoonsiraanchu reqecciimo afoo dooranno. Kuni afii LibreOffice bayisiishshi giddo heera hoogiro, LibreOffice bayisiishshi afii gadete afooti.


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Baadi qineesso

Specifies the locale setting of the country setting. This influences settings for numbering, currency and units of measure.

The "Default" entry selects the locale which name is reported by the operating system.

Soorro tenne bare giddo rakke kalaqantanno. Ikkolla nna, Bortaje haaroote hogowanturo boode suudishubba gadete soorronni calla suudisantino.

Gadete womaashsha

Specifies the default currency that is used for the currency format and the currency fields. If you change the locale setting, the default currency changes automatically.

Gadete eo doorantino baadi qineessora gaamaminoha womaashshu suudishira loosamino.

Gadete womaashshi bare giddo soorrobaala fano bortajubbarasa'anno nna hasaabbate giddo aantanno soorrubba hakkuri bortajubba giddo womaashshu suudishsha qorqortanno bidubba massaganno.

Tonnishshu badaanchi qulfe - baadi qineesso garinni

Kiirote badiri aana aantino qulfe xiiwatto yannaraamuraatikki giddo qinaabbinota tonnishshu badaanchi qulfe horoonsirate badanno.

Buuxotesaaxine baqqisanturo, "Baadi qineesso ledo mittoho" gedensaanni leellino fikkiimi kiirote badiri aana qulfe xiiwatto yannara surkamanno. Tini buuxotesaaxine baqqisama hoogguro, Keyboordete oofaanchi softweera fikiimisurkamme aanno.

Date acceptance patterns

Specifies the date acceptance patterns for the current locale. Calc spreadsheet and Writer table cell input needs to match locale dependent date acceptance patterns before it is recognized as a valid date.

If you type numbers and characters that correspond to the defined date acceptance patterns in a table cell, and then move the cursor outside of the cell, LibreOffice will automatically recognize and convert the input to a date, and format it according to the locale setting.

The initial pattern(s) in Date acceptance patterns are determined by the locale (set in Locale setting), but you can modify these default patterns, and add more patterns. Use ; to separate each pattern.

Patterns can be composed according to the following rules:

If you change the Locale setting, the date acceptance pattern will be reset to the new locale default, and any user-defined modifications or additions will be lost.

In addition to the explicit patterns defined in the edit box, input matching the Y-M-D pattern is implicitly recognized and converted automatically to a date. Input that starts from 1 to 31 is not interpreted with this implicit Y-M-D pattern. Since LibreOffice 3.5, this input is formatted as YYYY-MM-DD (ISO 8601).

For all patterns, two-digit year input is interpreted according to the setting in Tools - Options - General - Year (Two Digits).

Bortajubbate gadete afuubba

Specifies the languages for spelling, thesaurus and hyphenation.

Bortajete Afii Dooramme


Fidaletebuuxo hasiissanno afuu mojule bayisiisatto woyite assiishshaho calla afoo dooranno. Hakko afiira fidalishu buuxo baqisanturo borangichu giddo afuu eo buuxote malaate afidhino.


Specifies the language used for the spellcheck function in western alphabets.

Show UI elements for East Asian writings

Activates Asian languages support. You can now modify the corresponding Asian language settings in LibreOffice.

Chayinu, Jaappaanete woy kooriyu afiinni borreessa hasirtoro, horoonsiraanchu reqecciimo giddo hakkuri afuubbara baqqisa dandaatto.


Specifies the language used for the spellcheck function in Asian alphabets.

Show UI elements for Bi-Directional writing

Activates complex text layout support. You can now modify the settings corresponding to complex text layout in LibreOffice.

Afuubba Xurqa Borrote ofolla horoonsira

Complex text layout

Specifies the language for the complex text layout spellcheck.

Xaa bortajera calla

Specifies that the settings for default languages are valid only for the current document.

Woyyaawa afuu irko

Ignore system input language

Indicates whether changes to the system input language/keyboard will be ignored. If ignored, when new text is typed that text will follow the language of the document or current paragraph, not the current system language.


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