Bug 176822

Summary: Incorrect behaviour of the default dictionary
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: Paul F. Johnson <paul>
Component: openoffice.orgAssignee: Caolan McNamara <caolanm>
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Description Paul F. Johnson 2006-01-03 07:20:30 EST
Description of problem:
Under tools->options->languages, if the box used for applying the user defined
dictionary is ticked, then the US dictionary is used (and locked). It should be
the other way around so that the user dictionary is used as default if the box
is ticked.

If you changed the default dictionary (to say English UK) and then click on the
tick box, the default reverts to English US.

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How reproducible:

Steps to Reproduce:
1. tools->options->languages, untick the "For current file" box
2. Alter the default western dictionary to anything other than English US
3. Tick the "for current file" box
Actual results:
The dictionary reverts to US

Expected results:
The dictionary remains as the user sets it

Additional info:
Comment 1 Caolan McNamara 2006-01-12 06:24:17 EST
If its "unticked" then it's readonly, i.e. shows the system locale language
(echo $LANG in a terminal) and is not changable. i.e. You shouldn't be able to
change the language if it is unticked.