On 04/25/2012 02:25 PM, Marinko Tarlac wrote:
This problem is similar problem like "Spell checker "breaks" in
Windows XP LO 3.5.2"
On 4/25/2012 6:19 PM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
What is the setting[s] for your default language in
What is the default language for the documents?
Default English (USA)
Do you have any Language aide extension installed, like Language Tool
Which version of LO are you using? 3.4.6, 3.5.1, 3.5.2? Windows,
Mac, Linux .deb/.rpm? 32-bit or 64-bit? For Linux - was it
download from LO's site or did it come from a repository or PPA?
18.104.22.168 on Windows 7 Prof. 64b
Just noticed one interesting thing...
When I write one sentence or paragraph, the spell check works. Later
no matter how many words I write or whatever I tried, it doesn't work.
Actually it works only the first time..
Well, the "Spell Checker breaks" issue was solved, at least in the short
run, by adding my English spelling dictionary.
Hopefully someone will figure out what is going on with the default
If this does work, then maybe this will be one more issue that can point
towards what it the problem with that default English system.
As I have stated before, when I installed this dictionary/thesaurus, the
results created by the thesaurus in this extension were listed first,
then the ones in the default system. So adding an extension version of
spell checker resets something when it is installed, so the spell
checking system works around the issue[s] that is causing the problems.
Do not know if that is true, but is easy to find out if it works enough
for you to get your own work done. I use 3.4.6 and this one with my
Ubuntu 10.04LTS, 12.04 beta-2, XP pro, and Vista, systems.
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