1- Install dictionaries for Spanish and Italian.
2- Set the language for two different paragraphs: one in Italian, the other in
3- In the Italian paragraph, type the word "raccomandare"
4- In the Spanish paragraph start typing the word "racimo"
When you type "rac" in the Spanish paragraph, autocorrect suggest "raccomandare"
which is wrong because you are typing in the Spanish paragraph, not in the
This is a problem for translators when the languages are akin. The problem is
also present if you have two documents opened at the same time, one in each
Reproduced here on 3.3 build.
Autocomplete is not language dependent, you can write anything like "dsfghkldélgsfdjkk", it will be autocompleted.
It's a feature request not a bug.
(In reply to comment #2)
> Autocomplete is not language dependent, you can write anything like
> "dsfghkldélgsfdjkk", it will be autocompleted.
That's not true: if the word is not recognized by spellchecker it will not be included on the autocompletion list. That makes it a bug because autocompletion suggest a word on another language which clearly is not on the dictionary used on the paragraph.
I think it is important to distinguish between "input" and "output".
The "input" into the word list (word completion) is language dependent if AutoSpellcheck is enabled.
The "output" of the word list into the document has never been language dependent (as far as I remember).
So I would propose to modify the bug report as a request for enhancement.
(In reply to comment #5)
> I think it is important to distinguish between "input" and "output".
> The "input" into the word list (word completion) is language dependent if
> AutoSpellcheck is enabled.
> The "output" of the word list into the document has never been language
> dependent (as far as I remember).
> So I would propose to modify the bug report as a request for enhancement.
I know that the "output" was never language dependant. The problem here (and the main reason because I filled it as "bug") is that the behaviour is completely unexpected, leading to problems and waste of user time. I.e., on its actual implementation autocorrect gives wrong results when editing multilingual documents. This report is not about adding a new feature, but about fixing an existing feature that gives wrong results.
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(In reply to comment #13)
> manj_k : It was necessary ( The problem: NOT 4 times....)
No. It was a stupid course of action, without any social intelligence.
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Still present on LibO 5.1
Still present in Version: 22.214.171.124 (Build ID: 1:6.0.5~rc2-0ubuntu0.17.10.1~lo1)