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Le 11/10/2012 02:22, Lostsoul a écrit :
Ok using Libre version and my auto spell doesn t and even worse when
i click on manual spell check all i get is the stupid question do i want to
start at the top; i click yes

I think that question is not stupid. Some people just want to start spellchecking at the current location. YMMV.

but then i get the boot telling me its all
finished and it isn t ! ?

So whats that crap all about and how do i fix it  ? ?   H E L P  waiting . .

Check that in Format / Characters the language is defined as you wish. If it is defined as [none] no wonder you get the behaviour you're meeting.

The best way to fix the undefined language is to set the underlying paragraph style: (the paragraph being selected or the insertion point being in the faulty paragraph)
1. F11 (or Format / Styles and formatting). A new toolbar shows up.
2. Make sure the Paragraph styles list is selected (first toolbutton from the left)
2. Right-Click the selected style name
3. Select Change
4. In the Font page, go to Language list. Set the language to the desired value.
5. Validate

And you're set!

Note: I'm using an FR interface. The menus and options names above are freely translated.

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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