[Libreoffice-qa] Fwd: Re: bug 61167

Sophie gautier.sophie at gmail.com
Fri Feb 21 04:26:13 PST 2014

Sorry I sent it only to Manfred when it was intended for the list

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Sujet: Re: [Libreoffice-qa] bug 61167
Date : Fri, 21 Feb 2014 13:23:45 +0100
De : Sophie <gautier.sophie at gmail.com>
Pour : Manfred J. Krause <courrier.oou.fr.mjk at googlemail.com>

Hi Manfred,
Le 21/02/2014 12:31, Manfred J. Krause a écrit :
> Hi all,
> On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 12:04 PM, Sophie wrote:
>> Le 21/02/2014 11:57, Pedro a écrit :
>>> sophi wrote
>>>> Just for information, this
>>>> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=61167
>>>> is not a bug and works as designed :)
>>> You are right. But it is a missing feature and it would have been nicer to
>>> suggest the reporter to submit a Feature Request than closing the bug...
>> Have you seen my last comment and my screenshot. I don't see what is the
>> missing feature, so if you can explain me, I'm ready to reopen the bug.
>> I don't want to argue, I don't care, I just waste my time testing and
>> testing again without finding what is wanted here, even reproducing
>> exactly what he requested.
>>> IMO both of you lost reason in this argument.
>> I don't think so, I just don't understand what is the bug or the feature
>> request, so it still works for me :)
> I agree with a feature request. :)
> Laszlo Nemeth has fixed
> Bug 37954 - EDITING Writer AutoSpellcheck flags capitalized words as
> misspelled despite being added lowercase in the custom dictionary
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=37954
> Status: RESOLVED FIXED (available in v4.0).
> (Example: extrusión · Extrusión · EXTRUSIÓN)
> So Urmas wrote in Bug 61167 - Suggestions for titlecase prohibited
> words in user dictionary:
> "This should be brought in line with the recent support for cased
> suggestions with standard user dictionaries."
> Exeption dictionaries are user-defined dictionaries as follows:
> "Specifies whether you wish to avoid certain words in your documents.
> In this way, you can create a custom dictionary of all the words to be
> avoided. If this exception dictionary is activated, during
> spellchecking you receive a corresponding note about any words which
> should be avoided."
> https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Writing_Aids#User-defined_dictionaries

I know that, I use exception when I had to write my books, to make sure
my French is in correct writing style :)
> Examples for user requests:
> (1) http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/2829/remove-alright-from-standarddic/
> alright → all right
> (then should also match: Alright → All right · ALRIGHT → ALL RIGHT)

OK, but that works already (you need to allow spellcheck for capitalize
words though)
> (2) http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/24170/how-do-i-correct-spelling-in-a-dictionary/
> agendas → agenda
> (then should also match: Agendas → Agenda · ALRIGHT → AGENDAS)

this works already too
> (3) http://ask.libreoffice.org/en/question/1699/e-possivel-editar-o-db-do-corretor-ortografico-can-i-edit-the-spellchecker-database/?answer=1705#post-id-1705
> numero → numéro
> (then should also match: Numero → Numéro · NUMERO → NUMÉRO)

This one should be handled by Autocorrection, this is not an exception
but a rule or a misspelling if you prefer.

So still I don't see where is the enhancement. Sorry if I seems stupid
on this but I've tested your examples and they are working for me.


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