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Re: Spell Check Plugin Interface and Dependencies
Well, as I said earlier, I have a laptop with Mint 18.1 on it. I rarely
use it, but eventually was going to install Zim for when I do. So, I
followed the instructions
Same problem. Spell check works fine, but the interface is in Spanish.
Although, again, even though I set the dictionary to en-us, I still have
to select English (American) in the right click menu.
First time and only instance of Zim on that laptop, only
python-gtkspellcheck, no gtkspell, only English dictionaries.
On 06/01/2017 05:27 PM, JP Vossen wrote:
On 06/01/2017 04:41 PM, Bo Grimes wrote:
On 06/01/2017 03:12 PM, JP Vossen wrote:
On 06/01/2017 09:15 AM, Bo Grimes wrote:
On Wed, May 31, 2017, at 08:30 PM, JP Vossen wrote:
Was your Mint-18 a new install, or an upgrade? Because my Mint-17
*does* have that exact same one:
Upgrade from 17. So, I have Mint 18.1 on a laptop that was installed
as 18 and updated to 18.1. I checked. You are right. No
python-gtkspell to be found in repos.
I think that's the problem, more below.
Try this command, but *watch out* and make sure it doesn't want to
remove more than you want it to!
sudo apt-get remove --purge python-gtkspell
I aborted. I get:
The following packages will be REMOVED:
I'm assuming, maybe incorrectly, the wild card will also remove
If I recall correctly the "*" means that it will purge config files,
which probably doesn't matter in this case, but better to be clean.
Or try it without the "--purge" and see what it says.
I'd say give it a try, I've seen Zim do a bunch of weird things when
old cruft is laying about. I've caused a bit of that myself, which is
how I know... I *know* "python-gtkspell" is both not in the Mint-18
repos and not needed. I *suspect* that it (or similar leftovers) may
be causing confusion.
If that doesn't fix it, it might be other cruft that was not removed
in the 17 to 18 update.
I might try something like:
sudo apt-get remove zim python-gtkspell python-gtkspellcheck aspell
ispell python-enchant enchant
What to see if it removes anything else for dependencies, and then add
those to the list below if you want them. Then:
sudo apt-get install zim python-gtkspellcheck aspell python-enchant
Mine works, too, except the interface being in Spanish, and it wants
to default to English instead of English (American). I have to
scroll down and click English (American) every time even though I
have it set to "en-US" in the plug-in.
If you don't care about the other languages, what about trying:
sudo apt-get remove hunspell-en-gb hunspell-en-za myspell-en-au
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