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On 02/14/2012 05:20 PM, Spiff wrote:
As I'm not sure at which list best to post, and as several lists that seem
more suitable are restricted and need a request to get access, I'll first
post to the Users list.
Please let me know if I should better post to another list.

About LibO 3.5.0 Writer - AutoSpellcheck doesn't work for Dutch language -

AutoSpellcheck checks each word as it is typed and displays a wavy red line
under any misspelled words. When the word is corrected, the red wavy line
Today I updated to LibO 3.5.0, using the
LibO_3.5.0_Win_x86_install_multi.msi installer, and now I notice that
AutoSpellcheck doesn't work for Dutch language. When I choose English (US)
AutoSpellcheck works fine and displays a wavy red line under any misspelled
Is it a bug in LibO 3.5.0, AutoSpellcheck not working for Dutch language?
(If so, at which list should I post to report that bug?)
Or is it something I can correct as user?

Best regards,

Check when you are using the Dutch dictionary under Tools>>Spelling and Grammsr Select Options and verify that check spelling as you type is selected.

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