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Dictionaries


The UK dictionary should be installed as the package myspell-en-gb. Previously to install the English (UK) dictionary one had to:



  $ wget http://dict.progbits.com/en_GB.zip
  $ cd /usr/lib/openoffice/share/dict/ooo
  $ sudo unzip ~/en_GB.zip
  $ chmod u=rw,go=r *en_GB*
  $ sudo zile dictionary.lst
  DICT en GB en_GB
  $

Then in openoffice enable the GB dictionary and disable the US dictionary. Go to Tools$\rightarrow$Options. Language Settings$\rightarrow$Writing Aids$\rightarrow$Edit. Turn off US spelling (keep US hyphenation) and then English UK and turn on spelling (and US hyphenation). Then in Language Settings$\rightarrow$Languages choose English UK.

The thesaurus with the GB dictionary does not exist. There is a US thesaurus though. To make it available under GB add the following line to the end of /usr/share/myspell/dicts/dictionary.lst:



  THES en GB th_en_US


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