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I know that there are one or two grammar extensions for LO, but which one is the best for American/US English.

For someone with my inability to see grammar mistakes, it would be great to have one running.

People who have Dyslexia, or had a stroke [I suffer from both], could really use a good grammar checker. But that checker needs to have suggestions, not just state that there is a grammar error in the sentence.

Any advice on which one is the better one? It needs to work with .deb based Linux and Windows. These are the two systems I use, with Ubuntu-based Linux as my default one.

On 11/15/2011 05:57 AM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Benjamin, *,

On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 1:41 AM, Benjamin Rich<>  wrote:
"We do not distinguish between commits that were imported from the OOo code
base and those *that* went directly into the LibreOffice code base as:"
Thanks, changed,


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