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On 11/20/2013 4:26 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 11/20/2013 03:00 PM, Mark Morin wrote:
On 11/20/2013 1:42 PM, Freecore F wrote:

Sorry if im't not sending this to the right adresses...

First of all, I want to thank you devs and contributors for all the effort you've been putting making this excellent free software, you're awesome!

I haven't found this feature: it would be great if you can export your own dictionary (with the words you've add to it) from the UI to a file (I think
it would be a .oxt file) and making it easier to import it from another

The location of your dictionary files (*.dic) is identified in the "paths" section in your LibreOffice options. Individual dictionaries can be edited in the "writing aids" section of Language Settings options.


Well, user/wordbook/ shows a standard.dic - which is empty.
The "user defined dictionaries in writing aids have a bunch of words in them that I never defined.

I wonder where are the "name words" that I told LO that they were correctly spelled? Do not see them.
Of course I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and 4.0.6.

standard.dic is supposed to contain all those words marked as spelled incorrectly that the user indicates are correctly spelled. The file is where it is "supposed" to be in LO running under windows (I'll check my fedora version shortly) and has all the words that I have added. There is an IgnoreAllList that shows contents in options but I can't seem to find the file. It's not in /user/appdata/roaming.... That is supposed to contain all those words that LO is told to ignore.

And I wanted to know what would you think about changing an entry in the context menu that shows when you right click a word that's incorrect and you want to correct it, ignore it or add to your dictionary, here are the
context menu entrys:

Ignore All
Add   << This one
Spelling and Grammar

I think it would be better if it says "Add to your dictionary", being this
a little more specific and friendly.

I'm really sorry for sending an email for such trifles, but I really think it would make Libreoffice a little better, I hope it isn't much trouble.


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