Version: (using KDE 4.1.0)
Installed from: Fedora RPMs
It is not possible to spellcheck German in Parley with the hunspell dictionaries (the default in Fedora):
1. Parley only allows to pick the language from a hardcoded list of languages/locales. It represents German as "de".
2. It then wants to use a spellchecker for exactly that locale.
3. Hunspell's German dictionaries, however, are called de_DE, de_AT, de_CH etc., there's no dictionary called just "de".
Thus, it fails to find a dictionary and we lose. (It says something to the effect of "cannot find dictionary for langauge 'de'".) The same problem probably also affects many other languages.
Ping? This is still not fixed in 4.3.4.
Git commit bdaabe145a527a9f3faf7132223e57579be1d9e1 by Frederik Gladhorn.
Committed on 04/04/2011 at 14:00.
Pushed by gladhorn into branch 'master'.
Make spell checking check only one language.
Add combobox to select speller on a per language base in language settings.
Currently it will check the selected column.
(It should offer the column titles in the menu instead.)
FIXED-IN: KDE 4.7.0
M +24 -9 src/settings/languagepropertiespage.cpp
M +18 -5 src/settings/languagepropertiespage.ui
M +23 -17 src/settings/languagesettings.kcfg
M +44 -59 src/vocabulary/vocabularyview.cpp
M +6 -4 src/vocabulary/vocabularyview.h