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wolf-skate

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J19 spell checker language ?
Posted: 01-Oct-2019 10:08
 
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Have win10 w English system language, but operate Danish for many albums
so went in J19 to test spell checker, German, Dutch, English default languages installed

tried to change language in preferences to Dansk = Dictionary missing?
then tried Swedish = a download option appears and I can install S dictionary (change back to system language / and my S is listed along side D, GB, and NL dictionaires = OK fine)

then tried to web search JOrtho (appear last update 2013?..)
http://jortho.sourceforge.net/
https://sourceforge.net/projects/jortho/files/Dictionaries/2013-03/

No Swedish is listed, so where did that come from?.

And how to get Danish?
RobM

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Re: J19 spell checker language ?
Posted: 01-Oct-2019 10:25   in response to: wolf-skate in response to: wolf-skate
 
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davidekholm

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Re: J19 spell checker language ?
Posted: 01-Oct-2019 10:57   in response to: wolf-skate in response to: wolf-skate
 
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I got the Swedish version straight from the JOrtho people. I initially used their tool to create a Swedish dictionary out of the Swedish Wikionary pages, but that only gave me 50.000 words. Don't know how the JOrtho people came up with the around 200.000 words in the Swedish dictionary. Give their tool a try anyway. I used it to successfully create the English, German and Dutch dictionaries for instance. Put the final unzipped dictionary_da.ortho file under the "dictionaries" folder of jAlbum's config folder.
davidekholm

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Re: J19 spell checker language ?
Posted: 01-Oct-2019 10:58   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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... I know JOrtho is from 2013, but it was the best library I could find with a good Java Swing UI integration.
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