I battered away at this problem for nearly a day.
In the end, I discovered that the problem was not in LibO per se, but in
the language support that LibO and OOO rely on. Since it is necessary
(it may not be 'necessary', but you have to be a guru to get around it)
to completely remove OOO in order to install LibO (at least this is the
case for Ubuntu), the installation process broke the OS language support.
Now if you are running another OS, not Ubuntu, the fix that worked for
me won't work, but you might look at the language support that LibO uses.
On 02/28/2011 09:34 PM, Andrew McLean wrote:
On 28/02/2011 16:58, Richard Hainsworth wrote:
> This only causes problems if you have more than one possible module
(I have en-gb and ru in addition to en-us).
How can I check which modules I have ?
This encapsulates my problem. I can't get at this box because there is
anothe d. box in front of it which tells me that the spellcheck is
complete. When I hit OK, BOTH db's disappear. I need to be able to
But if a spellcheck has completed with nothing happening then no
language module has been chosen. Type F7 and there is a box at the
top which says which language has been selected. If there is nothing
there, then suggestion below will work.
'F7' box and make use of it...I can't find out how to do this.
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