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Old 08-19-2005, 09:16 AM   #1
Registered: May 2005
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Failure with Romanian spelling in OOo


When I installed LE2005, I chose the following options / languages:
Use Unicode by default
English (American)
Romanian (Romania)
Russian (Russia).

When I try to run the Writer's Spell Checker, it can only check texts written in english or in russian, but not in romanian (it simply doesn't understand words written with diacritics, although the myspell dictionary IS installed.)

How can I fix this?


NOTE: diacritics (I don't really know if this word wxists in English) are special letters of the romanian language, like ă, �, ş, ţ and �.

EDIT: Sorry, can't find a way to properly post these 'diacritics'. They may look strange on your browser, but I hope you'll understand what I'm talking about.

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