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Re: Evolution spellcheck (English (American))

On Fri, 2007-01-19 at 22:29 -0600, Jonathan Berry wrote:
> I was typing an email a minute ago and used the word "gauge" in it.
> After debating with myself on the spelling, I looked it up:
> http://dictionary.reference.com/search?r=2&q=gauge
> Typing that in, Evolution did not like it!  This was just too bizarre
> not to share :-).  So, should I file a bug somewhere?  Where?  What
> does the spellchecking for Evolution?  Does anyone else see this?
> $ rpm -qa evolution
> evolution-

Hmm, you're lucky to have your language somewhat supported.  Ours isn't,
at all, so I've killed the spell checking.  However, for a change,
something about this is actually documented in the Evolution help file:

"To choose a spell-checking language, select it here. You must install
the gnome-spell package, available through ZENworks® Linux Management,
for spell-checking to be available in Evolution. Additional dictionaries
are also available through Red Carpet® and are detected automatically if
you have installed them. To have the composer automatically check your
spelling while you type, select Check Spelling While I Type."

Good luck finding anything to sort out your problems, though.  I've
never managed to find much of any use from Novell's website (that's
where Red Carpet and ZENworks live).

<http://www.mail-archive.com/evolution-list gnome org/msg05180.html>
Suggests that aspell is used with it, as well.

(Currently testing FC5, but still running FC4, if that's important.)

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I read messages from the public lists.

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