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On Sat, Jan 01, 2011 at 05:07:38PM -0000, Zaphod Feeblejocks wrote:
American English need an extension before it can use a British English dictionary?  Why 
can Thunderbird not share a dictionary with LibO.  What about Scribus? MSO users are 
used to a shared dictionary across apps.  

It can. OOo/LibO and  Thunderbird use *exactly* the same dictionary. That Windows is too unflexible
and doesn't have symlinks and whatever and Linux "packages" form here and there also duplicate them 
oesn't make it impossible.

Linux distros nowadys put them to /usr/share/hunspell and make OOo/LibO and the Mozilla
family look *there*.

Same for hyphenation patterns and thesauri.



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