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Re: [tdf-discuss] I need a Grammar Checker that runs on GNU/Linux

On Fri, 2017-11-03 at 22:37 +0000, jonathon wrote:
> On 11/03/2017 09:53 PM, John Lewis wrote:
> > proof readers for around three weeks now, and new typos are still
> > being discovered.
> a) What language is the target document in?
> b) Is the target document in your first language, or your
> second/third...nth language?
> c) What tools are you currently using for:
> * Spell Checking;
> * Grammar Checking;
> d) What modifications to the standard/default configuration of each
> grammar checker have you made?
> > Is there anything in LibreOffice that can help us grammar check
> > better?
> From my perspective, Language Tool desperately needs grammar checking
> for:
> (Listing languages is order of number of global L1 + L2 users.)
> * Chinese: Mandarin;
> * Chinese: Mandarin as a second language;
> * Spanish;
> * Spanish as a Second Language;
> * English (USA);
> * English (UK)
> * English as a second language --- US usage;
> * English as a second language --- UK usage;
> In an ideal world, Language Tool would have the volunteer manpower to
> provide both First language and Second Language grammar checking for
> at
> least the 25 most used languages on the planet.
> IOW, grammar checking is the realm of upstream, rather than LibO per
> se.
> jonathon

a) The target document is in English (USA).

b) The target document is in my first language.

c) I am using the spell check built into LibreOffice 5 and I also
sometimes use GNU Aspell.

d) I haven't made any modifications yet. There are some technical
proper nouns that get tagged as misspelled, but I don't even tell the
checker that the word is spelled right beyond a local scope if
possible. If not possible I just ignore the flag.

What upstream project does the grammar checking come from?

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Re: [tdf-discuss] I need a Grammar Checker that runs on GNU/Linuxjonathon <toki.kantoor@gmail.com>
[tdf-discuss] I need a Grammar Checker that runs on GNU/LinuxJohn Lewis <jl@hyperbolicinnovation.com>
Re: [tdf-discuss] I need a Grammar Checker that runs on GNU/Linuxjonathon <toki.kantoor@gmail.com>
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