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[libreoffice-l10n] About word separators in text with mixed language

Dear fellow l10n teams,

There is a bug asking for improvement of spellchecking for text with mixed language [1]. The issue is that currently spellchecker takes space as separator between words, and then check the spelling of each word individually. However in some language other characters may be used between words -- the bug reporter gave an example of mixing Italian and English, "Questo รจ un rapporto sull'International Conference on..." -- and the spellchecker obviously fail when two words of different languages are connected with such non-space separators.

As developers usually only speak a few languages, to get an idea of the bigger picture, opinions from l10n people are sought. So if your language have some special rules for separating/connecting words/affixes, especially if your language also uses spellchecking intensively, please share your knowledge, either on this list or directly on Bugzilla.

1. https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=131487

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