[ubuntu-uk] libreoffice - writer
ajp at princeswalk.fsnet.co.uk
Thu Dec 8 23:11:57 UTC 2011
On 8 December 2011 21:15, Gareth France <gareth.france at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does this help?
> On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 9:11 PM, Neil Greenwood <
> neil.greenwood.lug at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 08.12.11 18:58, Norman Silverstone wrote:
>> > I am encouraging a Windows Office user to change to LibreOffice within
>> > Ubuntu 11.10.
>> > [snip]
>> > 2. Is there a Welsh dictionary available so that it is possible to
>> > produce documents in Welsh without lots of words being underlined in red
>> > and spelling can be checked?
>> Looking at the description of the libreoffice-l10n-cy package, it's the
>> one to install to get the menus, etc. in Welsh. It refers to the
>> following packages to get hyphenation and spelling support:
>> hunspell-dictionary-cy or myspell-dictionary-cy,
>> Unfortunately, none of those seem to be packaged in 11.04. I do have
>> aspell-cy installed, but I don't use Libre Office enough to know whether
>> or not that allows the Welsh spellchecker to work.
>> > Norman
If I go to Tools > Options > Language Settings > Languages and set the
languages to Welsh I don't get Welsh spell checking, because I don't have
the Welsh spelling support (if you have that you will see a blue tick with
ABC above it when you select Welsh as the Default Language for Documents)
but neither do I get red underlines because it thinks I am writing in
English. You should only get English spell checking if you have English as
the Default Language for Documents.
I have the Welsh language packs for Ubuntu and the libreoffice-l10n-cy
package which pull in all the Welsh for the interface descriptions.
Unfortunately, aspell-cy will not give you Welsh spell checking in LO but
it will in gedit text editor! So you could write stuff in the text editor,
correct the spelling, and copy into LO - OK, rather a dumb suggestion.
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