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|Summary:||spellchecker rejects good word after user splits incorrect word|
|Component:||editing||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
|Status:||CONFIRMED ---||QA Contact:|
|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
|Issue Depends on:||26821|
Description js181096 2005-11-01 02:06:23 UTC
In the I'm going to attach, the "dataflow" is underlined by the spell checker as an error. When I add a space between "data" and "flow" (in the second occurence), the data stays underlined. It is possible to acces context menu and start spellchecking, add to dictionary or ignore. The spellchecker seems to think it still has to do with "dataflow" (that may be a big problem when you would not nottice this and click add to dictionary).
Comment 2 wolframgarten 2005-11-01 07:44:45 UTC
Comment 3 aziem 2005-12-07 14:57:48 UTC
*** Issue 58551 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
Comment 4 aziem 2005-12-07 15:02:12 UTC
Clarify summary to make QA easier with lots of similar looking issues.
Comment 6 js181096 2005-12-23 16:25:06 UTC
Sorry, the last attachement was supposed to go to a different issue, but your bug reporting application by itself displayed this one, after I added my comment to the other issue.
Comment 7 aziz_cs 2008-01-29 21:47:01 UTC
I was able to reproduce bug on OpenOffice 2.3.0/Linux OS. I found another variation of this bug that helps illustrate the problem. * Open OpenOffice. * Click â€œFileâ€ --> â€œNewâ€ --> â€œPresentationâ€. * Click â€œCreateâ€ in â€œPresentation Wizardâ€ dialog box. * Select â€œTitle, Textâ€ from â€œLayoutsâ€ panel on the right. * Click on â€œClick to add an outlineâ€. This will place a text cursor in the text box. * Type â€œviewdatastreamâ€ in the text box. The word, â€œviewdatastreamâ€ is underlined in red indicating a spelling error. * Place a space between â€œviewâ€ and â€œdatastreamâ€. * Next, place a space between â€œdataâ€ and â€œstreamâ€. The words â€œviewâ€ and â€œdataâ€ are incorrectly underlined in red. In the above example, the sequence in which the spaces are inserted is paramount in determining which words are incorrectly underlined. For instance, if a space was inserted first between â€œviewdataâ€ and â€œstreamâ€ followed by a space between â€œviewâ€ and â€œdataâ€, then only â€œviewâ€ is underlined in red. From these examples, a general behavior can be observed: when splitting an invalid word(with a space) into two words, the word to the left of the space becomes underlined(regardless of whether it is a valid word or not) and the word to the right of the space is not underlined(if it is a valid word). This general behavior helps explain the variations in underlined words with respect to different sequences of space placements. Case 1: place a space between â€œviewâ€ and â€œdatastreamâ€, then place a space between â€œdataâ€ and â€œstreamâ€: â€œviewdatastreamâ€ --> â€œview datasteamâ€ --> â€œview data streamâ€ (view and data are underlined). Case 2: place a space between â€œviewdataâ€ and â€œstreamâ€, then place a space between â€œviewâ€ and â€œdataâ€: â€œviewdatastreamâ€ --> â€œviewdata streamâ€ --> â€œview data streamâ€ (only view is underlined). However, when using spell check via F7 or â€œToolsâ€ --> â€œSpellcheckâ€, the incorrectly underlined words(data, view) are correctly ignored; furthermore, this bug does not occur in text documents.
Comment 8 Rainer Bielefeld 2009-07-04 07:50:09 UTC
I am pretty sure that this is a DUP of Issue 26821. I set a "depends on" reminder