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Spell-check wont work - Solution (Win98, OO 1.1.0)

 
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Roey
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2003 12:42 pm    Post subject: Spell-check wont work - Solution (Win98, OO 1.1.0) Reply with quote

I have recently upgraded OO from rc3 to 1.1 release, and Spell-check simply wouldn't work. (It might be worth mentioning that my Win98 is Hebrew enabled.)

This can be fixed by going to Tools\Options\Language Setting\Language, and then selecting 'English' under Default Languages for documents\Western (Previously was [none]).

Is that a bug or a feature?
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2003 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, let's say, it's something to polish in future releases, I guess.

If your language setting is set to [none], spell-check won't work, coz there's no spellcheck for "none" language Smile Alas, my exerience tells, that you have to set the default language (I'm curious, why they call it "Western"?) anew after each reinstall or upgrade. I think, the developers should make something, well, some kind of wizard to transfer user settings from a previous installation to a further.
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