I just started using Pages (switched from Neooffice/MS Word). While I love the way it deals with many things, this one things really bugs me. Since I am multilingual, I use a variety of languages when writing, although my main software language is UK English (which is what I want). BUT - Sometimes I have to write a letter or something in my native language, Norwegian. In this language, the letter "i" is in fact a whole word on its own, and it seems I cannot turn off the capitalisation of just this one letter without also turning off all capitalisation. This is just too ridiculous for me. Surely there must be a solution to this simple problem?
If it means that I have to switch languages every time I want to write in a separate language, that is something that should not be necessary as long as Norwegian does not have its own dictionary in Pages, or as long as it is such an intricate operation to switch. The list of auto correct options for symbols etc does not have i/I as options either, and this frustrates me because I keep not seeing that I missed fixing it by "undo" (yes, I know about cmd+Z).
Anyone know of a solution without switching languages? And if not, where can I report this problem? The only capitalisation that I want is the one that automatically corrects lower case with uppercase at the beginning of a new sentence. This was so easy to set in Neooffice, that I cannot believe it is not an option in Pages.
Hope you guys can help! I have found the solution to my problem many times on these forums, and I have high hopes that there are some experts out there for anything.