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Description of problem:
After update 4 was applied, the language list (part of the spellcheck
plugin) in gedit does not show "english". This means that the
spellcheck plugin will not check english text. I confirmed this
problem on several other updated boxes as well.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run gedit
2. Turn on spellcheck plugin under preferences
3. Select "set language" under tools.
Actual Results: A window opens with a list of languages. "English",
among others, is not listed.
Expected Results: "English" should be listed here.
This may not be directly related to gedit but rather some other
package released on RHN for RHEL 3 Update 4 as of 10am on the 21st.
I see this problem in other gnome programs as well, e.g. evolution's
e-mail spellchecker -> language selection shows the same list on
This is a *big* problem for me because I am a very bad spellr :)
Not sure if this is connected, but I too have this issue, and I have
noticed the following:
server# rpm -qa | grep aspell
Yet if I log into RHN I can see there are later versions for 4 of the
However if I try and download them the links point to the already
installed versions, that is the .1 rather than .1:2 version.
The update aspell-*-0.33.7.1-25.3 has fixed this for me.
Yes, this update seems to have fixed the problem for me as well.
This bug was fixed in version -0.33.7.1-25.3.