Kwrite spell check

As of Fedora 17 I am using KDE and so am somewhat new to some of the default applications. The default text editor seems to be kwrite and although there is an option for spell checking , there was no dictionary enabled by default.

I was able to enable spell checking by installing enchant-aspell =)

yum install enchant-aspell

Worked for kate as well.

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3 Responses to Kwrite spell check

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  2. Kevin Kofler says:

    You should install hunspell-en instead! (And don’t ask me why the Hunspell maintainer decided not to drag in the English dictionary by default.)

    Aspell is the legacy spellchecking framework. You don’t really want that one.

  3. bodhi.zazen says:

    @Kevin Kofler – Thank you , I will try that. What is the advantage of hunspell over aspell ?

    Edit: hunspell-en works as well.

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