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    I copy or write a Hebrew word in the Text Editor. Then I press Ctrl+D to continue in English. (and the other way round for Hebrew) That's a tough job.
    Is it just me or can this be changed? (BTW no problems in Greek)
    Curious for a reaction.
    Roel S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roel schipper
    I copy or write a Hebrew word in the Text Editor. Then I press Ctrl+D to continue in English. (and the other way round for Hebrew) That's a tough job.
    Is it just me or can this be changed? (BTW no problems in Greek)
    Curious for a reaction.
    Roel S.
    To what would you like it changed? BW now assumes that when you start typing in a given language you intend to continue in that language until you change it. So if you insert a word at the end of a line, then continue typing, BW will continue in the font of the last word, unless you change it.
    I personally want it that way. If you don't want to have to type ctrl+D to go back to English, you can type a word in English beyond where you want to insert the Hebrew word. If you insert a Hebrew word between two English words, then start typing at the end of the line, Enlish will continue. I hope it's not that tough.
    Mark Eddy

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