Speed up OpenOffice Some settings may improve OpenOffice's loading time and responsiveness. License Most plugins are licensed under the LGPL. Mountain boy Registered User 08-Nov-2010 14:30 #7 My problem is simple - OpenOffice came with English (UK), I need to work in English (Eire), but there is no 'abc' with the If so, give yourself ownership of ~/.config/ like so: # chown -vR username:users ~/.config Post on Arch Linux Forums. http://philgiebler.com/spell-check/spell-check-not-working-in-openoffice-3-2.html
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed I'm hoping the solution is a simple fix. This extension proofreads English text. Any way of contacting OpenOffice directly to find out for certain? https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/FAQ/Writer/FormattingText/My_spell-checker_does_not_seem_to_work%3F
Everything is selected in the options menu. Its possible values are gnome and kde4. In very simple terms, how can I rectify this? If you are doing multiple downloads select one file at a time and click Open.
I dont think there is one Im using the UK one mp22 Moderator 09-Nov-2010 13:03 #11 This is the only thing i can find http://lingucomponent.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?listName=dev&msgNo=2982 Mountain boy Registered User 09-Nov-2010 13:37 This bug dating back several years for all sorts of versions, for me back to v3 I have never really got spellcheck stable. javaldx failed! Open Office Spell Check Not Working 2016 Open Libre office and it re-creates the profile just deleted.
Hopefully this issue will be addressed soon.oweng( 2014-01-24 08:35:18 +0100 )editadd a comment 0 answered 2013-06-25 06:22:09 +0100 ROSt52 13919 ●98 ●147 ●173 Autospell checking has to do with language recognition. I think I know what the problem is but I cant fix it. Why do solar planes have many small propellers instead of fewer large ones? http://www.pcguide.com/vb/showthread.php?77065-Open-Office-3-2-spellchecker-not-working Contents 1 Installation 1.1 Microsoft fonts 1.2 Extension management and spell checking 1.2.1 Spellchecker 1.2.2 Other extensions installed by default 1.3 Installing macros 1.4 Install TrueType fonts 2 Theme 2.1 KDE4/Qt4
The spellchecker should now work assuming the settings in Options are set correctly for the required language. Open Office Spell Check Highlights Every Word Check the Default paragraph style Font tab to make sure there is the little ABC✓ check mark in front of the language (which means that the dictionary is installed). Seems to be a bug in the install routine in that the chosen language of the download file isn't picked up, or if it is then it is ignored. up vote 4 down vote favorite I have constant headaches disabling OpenOffice spell checking.
The language is set to English(Eire) but there is no spellcheck support for that. https://www.boards.ie/b/thread/2055833505? Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any use of How To Enable Spell Check In Open Office If you use a non-antialised font, such as Arial, you will also need to uncheck Screen font antialiasing before menu fonts render correctly. Open Office Spell Check Doesn't Work Check Format>Character>Font tab to make sure there is the little ABC✓ check mark in front of the language (which means that the dictionary is installed).
edit flag offensive delete link more add a comment 0 answered 2013-07-17 10:56:24 +0100 Griffon 1 This shows up in other threads however it is relevant to version 188.8.131.52, and may http://philgiebler.com/spell-check/spell-check-not-working-in-openoffice.html Thanks! Select Tools -> Extension Manager -> After the Deadline Options to enable additional checks. To do this: Download the After the Deadline server software Follow the instructions in the Get Started guide (it's easy) Go to Tools -> Extension Manager -> Click After the Deadline Open Office Spell Check Extension
See Dropping Oracle OpenOffice (arch-general). Openoffice English Dictionary Is there any consist way to toggle spell checking on/off on all OpenOffice applications? Most distibutions follow the convention of installing these to /usr/lib/openoffice/share/extension/install.
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History Link existing bug Create bug report Link to a FAQ Create a new FAQ To post a message you must log in. LibreOffice is not typing in CTL fonts ( Hindi / Malayalam ) ? [closed] why cant i scan from my scanner [closed] paragraph style changes don't save consistantly Table inside another From Why Apache OpenOffice: Apache OpenOffice is the leading open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. weblink Ljiljan( 2013-06-24 07:21:17 +0100 )editIn addition to the queries by @Ljiljan, please provide your operating system, whether you are using PPA or website version of LO, your locale / UI, and
If you fix dictionaries.xcu as shown in the bug it'll work fine.Please add your voice to the bug and convince them to actually apply that patch in the official release; it's Spell checking problems As of OpenOffice 3.0.0-2, various dictionaries may be buggy due to a character encoding problem. lol btw my name is also David. As soon as i do that it resets back to English (Eire). ???
Retrieved from "https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=Apache_OpenOffice&oldid=454490" Category: Office Navigation menu Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools Create account Log in Navigation Main page Categories Getting involved Wiki news Random page Search Tools>Options>Language Settings>Languages and select the dictionary you want.