Attention: Robin Lee (zim packager on Fedora)
Package Information (see): https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=617842
Description of problem:
The Zim Spell Check plugin is not working on my Fedora 13 LXDE Spin. The dependencies are satisfied (gnome-python2-gtkspell and gtkspell) and the dictionaries are installed (hunspell, hunspell-en, ...)
The plug-in can be enabled (spell check on/off) but the dictionaries are not detected.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install gtk-spell + hunspell + hunspell-en
2. Configure the plug-in
3. Toggle the spell check function
No spell checking.
To spell check my documents.
Fedora 13 LXDE is Gtk+ compatible. I can use any Gnome packages without problem. I am unsure if the bug is Zim related, LXDE related or Gnome-python2-gtkspell related, but it is terribly annoying to lose the spell checking feature on a lighter DE (LXDE). Thanks.
My apology. I have changed the bug status to CLOSED: NOTABUG. The spell checking is working fine on simple sample sentences. Looks like I have a problem with my dictionaries word list.