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Hi,
we would like to add a german dictionary (from Open Office) to a NRichTextViewControl.

We don't know how and which dictionary file we need and where can download it.

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Bernd Kinne



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Hi,

The Spell Check documentation topic explains how to add additional spell check dictionaries.

You can download spell check dictionaries from the Open Office extensions website. For example, you can download the German spell check dictionary from:
http://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/german-de-de-frami-dictionaries


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Thank you. We've added the dictionary with success.

But we have two further questions:
1. Is it possible to enable  a "case sensitive" property?
2. Is it possible to auto correct words which begins with two capital letters or with a capital letter in the middle?

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Hi,

Regarding your questions:

1. Is it possible to enable  a "case sensitive" property?
In the current version of the NOV Rich Text Editor, all spell check dictionaries are loaded in case insensitive mode, but we will add a CaseSensitive property to the dictionary manager in the next service pack of NOV, which will let you specify whether to load the dictionaries in case sensitive or in not case sensitive mode.

2. Is it possible to auto correct words which begins with two capital letters or with a capital letter in the middle?
Currently auto correction is not supported, so if you want to perform such auto correction, you will have to evaluate and modify the contents of the text document by yourself. You can also take a look at the "Rich Text Editor -> Tasks -> Find and Replace" example that comes with Nevron Open Vision.

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