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    Question Aspell with two languages

    Hi,

    I am testing Zimbra opensource 4.5.6 on CentOS 4.5. I added my
    language (in my case is Portuguese Brazil) without problem. I installed
    the Portuguese_br aspell dictionary without problem too, but I donīt
    know how to configure this.
    In my site some users will use the English interface and another will use
    the Portuguese _br interface. I need to use the aspell in both languages,
    but the procedure describe in the "Adding new dictionaries to aspell"
    I understood that this procedure change the english to another language.

    How can I use the both languages in aspell?

    Best regards,
    Bibo

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    Default Vou arpoveitar seu assunto

    Hi Bibo !

    How are you doing ?
    So. Can you teach me about how to install Brazilian Portuguese e pt_br aspell ? I cant find any documentens about that and I have Ubuntu 6 Server and Zimbra 4.5.6.

    Ou se podemos em bom portuguęs ... me AJUDE !!!!

    Thanks/Obrigado

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    Cool

    You can find this information in this URL: Translations


    Regards,
    Bibo
    Last edited by phoenix; 07-06-2007 at 11:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bibo View Post
    Hi,

    I am testing Zimbra opensource 4.5.6 on CentOS 4.5. I added my
    language (in my case is Portuguese Brazil) without problem. I installed
    the Portuguese_br aspell dictionary without problem too, but I donīt
    know how to configure this.

    ...

    How can I use the both languages in aspell?
    Bibo
    So far, you can't. If you look at /opt/zimbra/httpd/htdocs/aspell.php, you will see that the language is hardcoded (so far). The ideal solution would be to modify the Web client so that it passes the language as a parameter to the spell check (as GMail does).

    Carlos

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvidal View Post
    So far, you can't. If you look at /opt/zimbra/httpd/htdocs/aspell.php, you will see that the language is hardcoded (so far). The ideal solution would be to modify the Web client so that it passes the language as a parameter to the spell check (as GMail does).

    Carlos
    I agree with you. I can change aspell.php to work with two language, but
    I don't know where I change in Web client. Do you know?

    Regards,
    Bibo

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    New browsers (last FF or IE) are able to provide spell checking "as you type", in several languages. It's quite nice.

    However, it seems it does not work with HTML composing.

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