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On 2021-03-12 00:51, das wrote:

(Though no one responded to my mail, I am replying with the solution, for
information service.)

For around two months I was facing this problem with both the two versions
of libreoffice in arch linux -- the 'still' one and the 'fresh' one. With
none of them Autocorrect was working. I tried en_US, en_Gb, and obviously
my own language bn_IN. Nowhere it was working. So, I wrote to this mailing

This morning I got the solution. I installed snap and then enabled
snapd.socket with systemctl and installed libreoffice with snap. And now it
is working exactly as it should.

On Thu, Mar 4, 2021 at 1:43 PM das wrote:

Dear Friends

My Libreoffice is on Arch Linux, Kernel is 5.10.19-1-lts. My
default language is en_US. And I also use Indic Language Bangla with it.

Autocorrect was working fine some time back. But these days I am seeing
that they are not working anymore.

Any help?

Thanks in Advance

Dipankar Das

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