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    soba@ukw.edu.pl is offline Special Member
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    Default Automatic spell check change language - ZD

    When will be available change spell check language from Zimbra Desktop GUI?

    This steps sometimes are too difficult for simple users:

    Zimbra Desktop 1.0 Download and Install FAQ - Zimbra :: Wiki

    I have users who send emails in multiple languages ​​- manually change the spellcheck language every time (ad-hoc) is troublesome for them.
    # ZCS 7.1.3 SLES11 SP1

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    I agree with you and hope this could be implemented in the near future. Voting for this bug/enhancement can help:

    Bug 35874 – provide same way of installing/switching dictionaries as FF does

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    Quote Originally Posted by moren View Post
    I agree with you and hope this could be implemented in the near future. Voting for this bug/enhancement can help:

    Bug 35874 – provide same way of installing/switching dictionaries as FF does
    Soon we'll do a script for Windows Vista/7 (bat file) that will be able to change the language to define in the script - but this is not solving the problem. Maybe we'll do a separate GUI for it. Our users write many letters in Japanese, English, Italian, Spanish, French, etc..

    Solution is very simple:

    Eg. linux - very simple script:
    unzip the files (lang files and user.js) and exetuce samplescript.sh - Prepare in advance user.js file into the appropriate language

    #!/bin/sh
    cp langfiles /opt/zimbra/zdesktop/linux/prism/xulrunner/dictionaries &&
    cp userwitchlangA.js ~/zdesktop/profile/user.js &&
    kill -HUP #your zimbra process name - I don't remember process name.
    # or: kill -HUP `ps -ef | grep zimbra process name | grep -v grep | awk ‘{print $2}’`

    echo DONE - if you want, you can create a ASCI menu with choice lang for it


    user.js can be change after the ZD update, so best and safety way is use a awk or sed editors [find and replace line with: user_pref("spellchecker.dictionary", „lang"); ], when we don't have replace all user.js file.
    Last edited by soba@ukw.edu.pl; 09-26-2011 at 03:45 PM.
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    Default easy language spell check switch

    I work in English and Spanish all the time and I would also love to see an EASY way to switch back and forth quickly.

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    We created a simple script to change the language from EN to PL in Windows XP / 7 - We will provide a source in the near future (at this forum). Will be able to rewrite the script itself to their needs.

    See also: Auto change spellcheck language - Zimbra Desktop PL script for Windows.
    # ZCS 7.1.3 SLES11 SP1

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