On 8/24/2018 1:02 PM, Ken Heard wrote:
My OS is Debian Stretch. My version of LibreOffice is
1:5.2.7-1+deb9u4 from the stretch-backports depository. The installed
version of hunspell GB has the same as the version number as LO. The
US version is 20070829-7.
I can open the Spelling window with F7. At the top of the window is a
place to indicate text language, which when the window opens says
<none>. The two options are English (UK) or English (USA). Preceding
each option is a blue check mark with in a small font the letters ABC.
When I click on one or other of these options nothing happens; the
selection box still says <none>. So I cannot check spelling, or have
<Right Click> on text.
<Left Click> on "Styles"
<Left Click> on "Edit Style"
On "Font" tab.
Check what is next to "Language" at bottom.
If blank, change to preferred language.
This was the only way I could get spell check to work.
Hope this helps.
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