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What i mean is, i want to know how to create Spelling and Grammar Check, in other language, not 
just English.
 let's say it is like Proofreader and autocorrect featurein Ms Office.


On February 29, 2016 7:26:29 AM GMT+07:00, Michael Bauer <> wrote:
Hi Andyan,

Sgrìobh Andyan G. Raharja na leanas 28/02/2016 aig 02:45:
Hello guys, watssup.

I was wondering if there is a way to create Language Support, other
than English.

Is there????
Not sure what you mean, the Help files or live support i.e. where
ask question?
I am not programmer, i have no idea how to build such magic feature
like that.
I am able to become language-content contributor, but not developing
debuging, and tracking any program. :))))
Well, you might be able to help with translation
And maybe LibreOffice can initiate to create spelling and grammar
check, for every single language. So it will save many lifes, for not
depending  their activity on paid office software (If they paid, haha)
It's kind of up to each locale in question to handle that, mostly 
spelling and grammar checks for LO are developed outside LO but offered

in LO i.e. the spellcheckers for example are Hunspell extensions.
Spelling and grammar check in every language, makes life easier.
True but with 6000 languages on the planet, LO can't be the one which 
has to do them all.

Did you have any particular language in mind?


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