[Bug 411172] Re: empathy doesn't allow the ability to ignore certain "words"
eternalorb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 26 00:26:23 UTC 2009
So my question to you, is: does the newest version of empathy have this
ability? If so, then mark the bug as invalid. If not, then it should be
on ubuntu karmic, i'm currently running 2.27.4 and am upgrading to
is this feature added between 2.27.4 and 2.27.5?
On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 7:57 PM, Brian Curtis <bcurtiswx at ubuntu.com>
> Thanks for your bug report and helping to make Ubuntu better. It will
> help us traige this better if we can know which version of Ubuntu you
> are using. Please paste the output of the following commands (use the
> terminal). 'apt-cache policy empathy' and 'uname -a'
> ** Changed in: empathy (Ubuntu)
> Status: New => Incomplete
> empathy doesn't allow the ability to ignore certain "words"
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> Status in “empathy” package in Ubuntu: Incomplete
> Bug description:
> Binary package hint: empathy
> The ability to mark certain strings to be ignored by the spell checker is
> Words that are clearly not in the dictionary, and don't have a place as
> suggested spellings, such as special purpose acronyms, or buzz words,
> shouldn't be added to the dictionary. But its annoying to see words that are
> deliberately spelled in certain ways over and over be marked as spelled
> incorrectly. Thus, it would be nice to have empathy ignore instances of that
> particular string when doing spell checking for either that conversation, or
empathy doesn't allow the ability to ignore certain "words"
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