On 11/12/2012 06:49 AM, Mirosław Zalewski wrote:
Language Tool, which you refer to, is external application developed
independently of LibreOffice. If you have problem with it, want to report bugs
or enhancements ideas, you'd have better luck contacting it's development
team. You can find information on how to get in touch with them on their
Also, this mailing list is created to provide support for LO. We are not
developers and we can not undertake action on any bug reports you may send
We can, however, confirm your bug reports (or reject them and point out that
you are making some mistakes) and discuss your enhancement ideas, helping you
making them better.
I see that you are still using version 3.4.3 of LO.
Is there a reason you did not upgrade to a newer version?
3.5.7 is out, as well as 3.6.3.
I use 3.5.7 on both Windows and Linux systems until3.6.4 or 3.6.5 comes out.
Also, how many different languages do you use on your system? You
stated "Italian version" and you asked in English, so I see at least two
languages. Do you use more than these two languages?
Although it is not needed to know these things, it does help some of us
to know what LO is being used, what languages are being used by the
users, and other thingslike the extensions being used.
By the way, even if you do not install a language pack for a different
language other than your Italian needs, you can find spell checking
dictionaries for many of the user languages as extension add ons.
I have over 180 dictionaries listed in the North American Community DVD
[which includes the language and help packs for Italian].
You can also find dictionaries in the LO official extension center.
These extensions should work with your 3.4.3 version of LO, unless
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