Subject: Re: quanta cant find dictionary
To: Mark Kirby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Mark Davies <email@example.com>
Date: 10/22/2004 14:51:44
On Tuesday 19 October 2004 11:29, Mark Kirby wrote:
> The default is aspell which i have never got to work (Should kde libs
> depend on ispell instead?). However i installed ispell and the relevant
> dictionary and it works in kate kwrite etc. But quanta complains that
> ispell is not in the path and it cant be started, it reports this even if
> aspell or hspell are set. I've made sure quanta is set up to use ispell so
> its not that. Any ideas anyone?
Its doing that here as well, however other kde app's are doing spelling OK.
I'll have a poke.
> Another thing i just noticed when writing this mail is that in kmail when
> you select a new email, and then press the button with the three periods
> in. The resulting address dialog is to long, the ok button is off the
> bottom of the screen somewhere. Is this a bug in kmail (i've just done a
> quick search of kde bugs but didnt see anything, but it is late here) if
> someone else is seeing it i'll file a bug report over at kde.org.
I'm not seeing that. The dialog it pops up for me is 567x371 pixels, which
seems quite reasonable.