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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 120262] Spell check sees all lower case words as misspelled
Date Tue, 17 Jul 2012 03:25:46 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=120262

--- Comment #7 from Ariel Constenla-Haile <arielch@apache.org> ---
(In reply to comment #6)
> add my reproduce system environment~
> platform:Win7 32 bit
> reproduce build:AOO-r1359641
> 
> 
> detailed step:
> 1.on my system the AOO-r1327774 has installed,
> 2.launch oo(AOO-r1327774) and new a text document
> 3.go to "Tools->extension manager" and check the dictionary as screenshot1
> 4.uninstall the AOO-r1327774 by control panel

did you check if uninstalling left some folder with extensions in the
installation directory?
Or did you have extension dictionaries in your user profile?

> 5.install the AOO-r1359641
> 6.launch oo and new a text document
> 7.input some right words,and make them lower case
> 8.go to "Tools->extension manager" and check the dictionary as screenshot2
> 
> defect:
> 1.the text will be spell checked  with red color wavy line automatically.
> 2.compare the screenshot 1 and screen shot 2,you will find the Spanish
> spelling dictionary and the French "Classic and Reform 1990"
> spelling,thesaurus and hyphenation.3.4.1 still exist.

Looking at the Extension Manager screen shot, you have the en-US generic
dictionary from 2009.05.08

This means you have extension dictionaries from a previous and older OOo
installation, because AOO installs a newer version of the dictionary, from
2010.03.16

The icon in the Extension Manager, the padlock, is misleading. Were these
dictionary extensions left on your user profile or in the application
directory? They look like shared extensions. If you installed AOO en-US, it
should have updated the en-US dictionary.

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