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Old 06-26-2008, 05:41 AM
Default openoffice dictionaries

Is there are way to use the proper openoffice dictionaries in OO?
'eselect' does not offer any alternatives to the myspell dictionaries
and there is no relevant USE flag.

As well as forcing OO to use myspell only (the OO built in dictionary
wizard is removed), there are some other problems with this kludge. The
myspell ones do not seem to work as well as the OO ones (for en_AU) and
you cannot select a user dictionary and have it stay selected. As I
open and close documents all day long, its it is very annoying to have
to continually open the user dictionary every time. I presume this is a
consequence of the myspell change as it worked properly before then.

I'll raise some bugs on this but thought I might have missed an easy
fix, so am asking here first.

I must have opened documents 20 time so far today and its been so
annoying I am looking at fixing it

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