I just un-installed 3.5 (which had problems with the spell check)
and after reboot I installed 3.6 (GB version).
In the installation I specified Dutch, English and German.
Neither of these are working, every trash I type is accepted,
if I mark it for ant language as selected or all text, it does not matter.
Is this because I did not go for "Typical installation" ?
Not a valid bug report, information much too rare.
Probably DUP of one of those "Update-Bundled Extensions" problems
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I believe the problem will disappear for you after you renamed the "bundled" subfolder in your user profile
<https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/User_Profile>. For More Details please see Bug 53006
Please feel free to reopen this Bug if discussion with othe userss leaded to an assessment that we have a LibO bug and a clear and comprehensible description of the problem due to <http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport>.
Thanks for your bug report.
Please try to remove the directory 'extensions' in your LibreOffice user
Then restart LibO 188.8.131.52.
Probably a duplicate of 'Bug 53006 - Autocorrection TWo INitial CApitals does not work because of bundled extensions problem'.
I already removed my entire profile thanks to the first, slightly arrogant, comment.
Now I can rework ALL of my settings and tool bar edits.
Fortunately in my long career I developed the habit of creating installation
documents with step-by-step instructions and screen shots.
Anyway, spell check works again, so on my other machines I will apply your
Well, if the malfunction of spell check since 184.108.40.206 is not a bug, then
what is it; I would like to know.
P.S.: I was able to restore the 'user' directories with contents of all users
from NORTON backup, so the problem was quickly solved.
Thanks for the suggestion about the user profile.
By the way, the first time you start LO after a fresh installation it does not
really go into service but it spends a lot of time constructing or rebuilding
the user profile without notice.
Might confuse new customers ................
Thanks for your feedback.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 53006 ***