URLs are marked as incorrect, since words are in a different language, periods are not placed as in a sentence words might not be capitalized
Steps to reproduce:
1. Enter a URL
2. Run the spellcheck
It's marked as incorrect
Operating System: Windows 7
Version: 184.108.40.206 release
Hi. Its sounds logical, but we must be aware that SpellCheck deals with the text accompanied with an URL, not the URL itself. One finds both :
- "For an help on LibreOffice, clic here" : hyperling on "here"; if it is mispelled as "heer", spellcheck is welcome,
- "news on LibO at www.libreoffice.org" : hyperlink on "www.libreoffice.org"; spellcheck should ignore.
How to distinguish the cases?
Imo valid request.
Think we all agree, spellchecker should check the text but not the URL. That's possible and very useful I think so let's set this to NEW and Enhancement, since it's a feature request and OS to All.
OK... but what valid request?
No spell check for the underlying URL, but what for the visible text in the 2 exemples of comment 1?
Good point. So this makes this a two part request?
1) Do not check the underlying URL
2) do not check URLs in text (spellchecker should ignore anything after www."xxxxxxxxxx"
Does that make sense?
Yes for me.
Additional to the pattern www. I'd also ignore everything after *://, so that any kind of URL gets ignored.