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Bonjour à tous,

J'ai l'impression que j'ai passé la journée à me tromper de liste en
copie ;)
Bon désolée pour le bruit, j'ai répondu à Thomas en direct.

À bientôt
Le 11/12/2013 18:09, Thomas Hackert a écrit :
Hello Sophie, *,
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 10:20:25AM +0100, Sophie wrote:
I'm currently reviewing the tests that has been run on Moztrap. And
first of all thank you very much!

and thank you for preparing the test for 4.2 :)

I've questions about this test, I checked it again and is valid in en_US
Did you run it in your language (Menus and document in German)?
Could you test it in a full en_US language?

I have tested in in en_US and de_DE ... ;)

This is to make sure that it may be a bug in German language, or the
mixed language of document and UI that makes it fails. Sometimes also,
when the localization is not complete, some bug appears because of this.

The reason, why I set this to "failed" is, that the test says
1.  Open the test file with LibreOffice
    Select from menu Tools > Language > Hyphenation
 >> the hyphenation dialog should pop up
. This is definitely not the case ... It just starts without any dialog.
The only dialog you get is this "Hyphenation completed" dialog after it
is finished ... ;)

And in the test descriptions it says further
2. Press the button Hyphenate in the dialog
   the corresponding word is split across two lines separated by a
next word to be hyphened is shown in the dialog box.

3. Press the button "Skip"
etc. But as the function just hyphenate without any possibility to
intervene, I thought, I should this set to "fail". Or am I wrong here?

Either the test should only be something like
1. Open the test file with LibreOffice.
   Select "Tools > Language > Hyphenation
LibreOffice's hyphenation function hyphenate the text without any
   error and will show you a dialog with "Hyphenation completed" in it.
(and maybe additionally something like
2. Check, if all words at the end of the lines are hyphenated correctly.
All words are hyphenated correctly.
... ;) ).

Sorry for the inconvenience

Sophie Gautier <>
Membership & Certification Committee Member - Co-founder
The Document Foundation

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