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spell change language keeps changing to spanish
Running Ubuntu Studio 64 bit and the most up to date version of Firefox (there's no longer an "about" button so I can't pull up the precise FF version)
I set the default language during install to English US.
Initially, Firefox installed spell check for Afrikaans. I kept going into about:config and changing to en_US but it kept changing back to Afrikaans every 15-20 minutes. Didn't seem to matter if I left FF open or closed and restarted, Firefox kept changing the language.
Not sure what is different but the last three weeks now Firefox thinks it's in Cuba. I can have the spell check set for en_US and during a session Firefox spontaneously changes it back to Spanish several times a day. I go into about:config and change it back to English, but then at some point 20-40 minutes later usually Firefox changes my spellcheck back to Spanish.
While I would like to learn Spanish because it's impossible to get a job in California if you're not a Spanish Speaker, I told Firefox to spellcheck ENGLISH and I should not have to keep changing it back.
Why doesn't Firefox respect my choice of spellcheck language and how do I spank Firefox into compliance?
Všetky odpovede (3)
- [/questions/992002] Why does FF have the wrong default spell-check language?
- [/questions/975459] Set DEFAULT spellcheck language
I have the same issue, and it has been like this for a long time this guy too have the same issue (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1005027?esab=a&as=aaq).
The two links do not help at all, I use Fedora and firefox links to /usr/share/myspell/ which is also used by LibreOffice. I have English and Arabic installed and each have files for different countries (about 50 total) and FF keeps on jumping from one to another no matter what I do to fix it.
The only solution that worked with firefox was to delete all the files under myspell folder and only keep en_US and ar_SA which are the two disctionaries that I need, however, that broke LibreOffice checkspelling! and also with every update these delete files will come back!
FF need to have a setting page where the user can select only the dictionaries that he/she needs.
Here is what I just did, instead of deleting the files from /usr/share/myspell/, I deleted the "dictionaries" folder from FF that links to myspell folder, and I created a normal folder with the same name (not linked to anything) and inside that folder I created links from myspell for the two dictionaries I need. This solution works as Firefox only shows these two dics, and LibreOffice spellcheck works fine.
However, I think FF will overwrite my changes after an update, i have to wait and see.
Update: Not a good solution. There was an update to firefox today but it won't update since the "dictionaries" folder is not the same (link vs real folder) and i was getting this error:
Error unpacking rpm package firefox-33.1-1.fc20.x86_64 error: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/lib64/firefox/dictionaries: cpio: rename
So i had to revert it back to what it was to update it.
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