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On Thursday, 2019-05-16 20:48:36 +0200, "Andrés Chandía" wrote:

I have the oxt file that I can install at the LibreOffice local interface, but I have to
activate it as Quechua for it to work, I would like to have there, at the local menu, the name
of Mapudüngun available to activate it....

Dictionary extensions can specify the language tag and the UI name under
which they should be listed. If the UI name is not specified (and not
internally known already for the particular language tag) then the
language tag appears on the top of the list. For details see
and following. You can omit the <prop oor:name="ScriptType"> element if
the language is to be listed under "Western" (not CJK or CTL).


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