Description of problem:
System wide spellchecker works in Firefox, Thunderbird, Kmail, Kate/Kwrite, Libreoffice but not in Rekonq and Konqueror
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kdebase-4.6.5-1.fc15.x86_64 (provides konqueror)
Steps to Reproduce:
install hunspell dictionaries. Try to write (bug report or something) in konqueror or rekonq. Even though spellchecker is activated no actual spell checking is done.
In Konqueror, are you using KHTML or WebKitPart? Or does it happen in both?
Ha...i never thought to even check. Indeed it works well when using it with KHTML engine.
So i guess it's a webkit integration issue then. Although i must add whenever visiting sited with KHTML engine enabled i get very often "update you browser" messages.
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