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Old 05-10-2005, 11:01 PM   #1
salviadud
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Question spanish spellchecker on open office


im from mexico, and im not the best at typing. (in any language). i'll make my mistakes.

where do i get it?

i installed open office from package on www.linuxpackages.net for slackware 10.1, bad luck for me, it did not have a spanish spell checker.

help would be much appreciated.
 
Old 05-11-2005, 02:06 AM   #2
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Q paso mi raza? sabes la pura verdad es que no se pero ahorita estoy compiling open office y pues creo que en algunas horas hahahahaa mi pinche maquina es algo lenta la condenada pero por ahi vamos. Y el man open office no te ayuda? creo que ahi dice, no? Bueno mira cuando ya tenga el open office pues te ayudo con ese problemita porque yo tambien necesito el spell check para espanol

Vos usas slackware? como es? yo uso gentoo y pues me gusta fijate caul quier programa que se me antoje pues nomas le doy el commando emerge y pues al ratito o al ratote me completa el programa

hahaha al rato te leo
 
Old 05-11-2005, 02:31 AM   #3
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I would get it from OpenOffice.org itself:

http://lingucomponent.openoffice.org/spell_dic.html

Hope this helps. ¡Buena suerte!
 
Old 05-11-2005, 02:51 AM   #4
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Muchas gracias jonr!

y en respuesta a ti windows refugee, slackware es la mejor distribucion en mi opinion, es simple a morir. y es como si estuvieras usando UNIX. yo la agarre de principiante, y la verdad no veo razon por cambiarme a otra, si me cambio a otra distro es porque me quiero hacer mas huevon y no quiero aprender más.
 
Old 05-11-2005, 12:50 PM   #5
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hahahahahahaha bueno pues, creo que le dare chance al slackware lol pero es que eh oido que es un madre para mantenerlo, pero quizas no va?
bueno en fin gracias al otro por darnos el link.

Thanks jonr, I was looking for that spell check as well.
 
Old 05-11-2005, 01:03 PM   #6
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No hay de qué. Estoy contento de ayudarles.
 
Old 05-12-2005, 12:48 AM   #7
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Hablas espanol jonr? pues que bueno! hay bastantes ahora que estan en este forums va?>
 
Old 05-12-2005, 02:58 AM   #8
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No offense folks, and I realize this question specifically involves Spanish, but per the LQ Rules and in order for the LQ mods to properly review the forums, all posts should be in English. Would either of you mind translating the above? Thanks -- J.W.
 
Old 05-12-2005, 03:11 AM   #9
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Quote:
Originally posted by J.W.
No offense folks, and I realize this question specifically involves Spanish, but per the LQ Rules and in order for the LQ mods to properly review the forums, all posts should be in English. Would either of you mind translating the above? Thanks -- J.W.
i'll take care of it J.W., third party and all, hehe... here you go:


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Originally posted by windowsrefugeeX
Q paso mi raza? sabes la pura verdad es que no se pero ahorita estoy compiling open office y pues creo que en algunas horas hahahahaa mi pinche maquina es algo lenta la condenada pero por ahi vamos. Y el man open office no te ayuda? creo que ahi dice, no? Bueno mira cuando ya tenga el open office pues te ayudo con ese problemita porque yo tambien necesito el spell check para espanol

Vos usas slackware? como es? yo uso gentoo y pues me gusta fijate caul quier programa que se me antoje pues nomas le doy el commando emerge y pues al ratito o al ratote me completa el programa

hahaha al rato te leo
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what's up buddy? you know the truth is i don't know but right now i'm compiling open office i guess in a few hours (LOL) my frickin' machine is somewhat slow but it's getting there... and the open office man don't help? i think it says there, no? well, look, when i have the open office i'll help you out with that little problem because i also need the spanish spell check...

you use slackware? what's it like? i use gentoo and well i like it i mean any program i want i just give it the emerge command and in a little or long while the program is ready...

LOL, i'll check back with ya later...

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Originally posted by salviadud
Muchas gracias jonr!

y en respuesta a ti windows refugee, slackware es la mejor distribucion en mi opinion, es simple a morir. y es como si estuvieras usando UNIX. yo la agarre de principiante, y la verdad no veo razon por cambiarme a otra, si me cambio a otra distro es porque me quiero hacer mas huevon y no quiero aprender más.
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thanks a lot jonr!

and to answer windows refugee, slackware is the best distro IMHO, it's uber-simple... and it's like you were using UNIX... i grabbed it as a newbie and i really don't see any reason to change to another distro, if i change distros it's cuz i wanna become lazier and not learn any more...

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Originally posted by windowsrefugeeX
hahahahahahaha bueno pues, creo que le dare chance al slackware lol pero es que eh oido que es un madre para mantenerlo, pero quizas no va?
bueno en fin gracias al otro por darnos el link.

Thanks jonr, I was looking for that spell check as well.
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LOL, well, i guess i'll give slackware a shot but i've heard it's a PITA to administrate it, but maybe not huh?
well, anyways thanks to the other one for givin' us the link...

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Originally posted by jonr
No hay de qué. Estoy contento de ayudarles.
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no problem... i'm happy to help you...
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Originally posted by windowsrefugeeX
Hablas espanol jonr? pues que bueno! hay bastantes ahora que estan en este forums va?>
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you speak spanish jonr? nice! there's several now that are on this forum, ah?
just my ...


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Old 05-12-2005, 03:27 AM   #10
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Excellent! The LQ community never ceases to amaze me. Thanks win32sux. -- J.W.
 
Old 05-12-2005, 04:31 AM   #11
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LOL, excellent translation out there. Congratulations for the efford of doing the job.
Well done!
 
Old 05-12-2005, 02:45 PM   #12
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yeah man! was that software wise or by hand? give us the link if its software dude

nice job!
L.W I understand your point but do we not have Spanish speaking MOD>?
 
Old 05-12-2005, 03:31 PM   #13
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Sorry for having caused trouble here!

I visit some forums that are multi-lingual, and I forgot about the English-only rule at LQ, my favorite of all.

Nice translation, thanks!

(Edit, P. S. I've picked up a couple of useful tips toward my problem-solving lately that were in Portuguese. I believe Linux is very popular in Brazil--seems like I saw a news item to that effect lately.)

Last edited by jonr; 05-12-2005 at 03:33 PM.
 
Old 05-13-2005, 12:52 AM   #14
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yeah it's because of "government cost effect" it makes sense having to pay a fraction for support, rather than the licens from M$. It is true it is happing all over Latin America dude, from Chile to Mexico. It is happening all over the "Third World Countries" but hjehehehe M$ is also introducing a low-grade version of windoze hehehehe at least the oner for Brazil a user can only run three applications lol wait was that windows 95? lol

Anyhow thanks for the link
 
  


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