Le lundi 25 octobre 2010 23:05:26, Kevin Kofler a écrit :
Laurent Rineau wrote:
> Le lundi 25 octobre 2010 18:51:52, Colin J Thomson a écrit :
>> On Monday 25 October 2010 14:01:24 José Matos wrote:
>> > On Monday 25 October 2010 13:49:24 Laurent Rineau wrote:
>> > > I use kde-testing. Since the update to kde*-4.5.2-1.fc13.x86_64, in
>> > > the compose window of Kontact/Kmail I no longer see the red wavy
>> > > underline of misspelled words. The spell checker still detects
>> > > mispelled words, though, because a right click on a mispelled word
>> > > (such a the "mispelled" in this sentence) shows a popup menu
>> > > spelling proposals, instead of the usual popup menu with actions
>> > > (Undo, Clear, Find..., Replace..., and so on).
>> > Now that you mention it I have the same problem in F14.
>> Works fine here F14/kde-4.5.2 (i386), maybe a x86_64 problem?
> On another machine, also using kde-testing, but i386, I have the same
> buggy behavior.
Looks like it's not a bug, but a setting which apparently changed its
IMHO not doing the red squiggles by default is the right thing to do, but
then not everyone routinely writes in 4 languages like I do.
This is a bug. I do have with the automatic spell checker activated by
default. I was my setting with 4.4 and it is also with 4.5.
I routinely write in English and French, and that is why I have the "header"
named Dictionary shown in the compose window, so that I can change it on the