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Re: OpenOffice.org Dictionaries



Hi,

The performance degredation is not necessarily for each additional 
dictionary installed, but for each additional dictionary _enabled_.  We 
could install all the dictionaries by default, but people seem to always 
click the "Check spelling in all languages" button, and _that_ is where 
the performance degrades, and horribly.  You really can't blame OOo here 
since its attempting to check spelling with like 30 dictionaries and 
hyphenators.  People do this because they are lazy and don't want to 
actually find and enable the dictionaries they need (which is probably the 
fault of OOo's interface).

I suppose a good solution to this would be to remove that checkbox from 
the dialog.

Dan

On Fri, 9 Apr 2004, Rex Dieter wrote:

> Phil Anderson wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I'm not sure if this topic has been brought up before, but is there any
> > reason why the extra OpenOffice.org spelling and  hyphenation
> > dictionaries aren't included in Fedora Core or Fedora.us?
> 
> Apparently, the more dictionaries installed, performance degrades. 
> Other than that, it's possibly because it's more work or little 
> demand... (-:
> 
> > Do you think I should use one big source RPM for all the languages? 
> 
> Separated makes the most sense to me.
> 
> -- Rex
> 
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