From: Remco Lubbers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 19 2002 - 16:07:16 EST
I would like to use AbiWord in Dutch, but it just won't speak to me
natively. I must say I'm not too much into locale and such, so it's
probably me :-(
What i have:
I've downloaded the 3 AbiWord rpm's and they installed flawlessly (as it
seems) on my SuSE 7.1 system (after getting expat 1.95.2) (I HAVE
deinstalled the previous AbiWord first).
I installed the dutch dictionary and that wordks fine, but everytime I
startup AbiWord I have to change the language to dutch and I would like it
to remember that it has to use dutch spelling. I could of course replace
the american hash file with the dutch one, but is not the way, because I
need US spelling as well.
And for my wife to use AbiWord instead of StarOffice, it will have to have
the menus in Dutch as well.
But that does not seem to do anything.
Hope you people can help me out.
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