Build Date & Platform Bug Found: Win32 commercial seamonkey build 1999-11-01-09-m11 installed on P166 Win98 Linux commercial seamonkey build 1999-11-01-08-m11 installed on P200 RedHat 6.1 MacOS commercial seamonkey build 1999-11-01-08-m11 installed on G3/400 OS 8.5.1 Overview Description: Can't you offer a Canadian option for a spelling dictionary? Canadian English is different from American or UK English. Reported by "Mark Sandilands" <firstname.lastname@example.org> I looked in the Main Mail Spec, Compose Spec, and Ender spec, but could not find this issue addressed. Steps to Reproduce: 1) Launch the Editor or a new mail compose window 2) Type some text 3) Click on the spell check button off the tool bar The spell check dialog appears Notice there is no option to switch from US/UK/Canadian. Actual Results: There is no place to switch the language to Canadian. Expected Results: Use expects to be able to spell check with the canadian spelling. Additional Builds and Platforms Tested On: Additional Information: This bug was originally reported in bug #17456
Moving enhancement requests to m20.
moving to future milestone
moving back to previous owner
adding help wanted keyword
Is this bug still valid? It seems to be about the spelling checker in the commercial (Netscape) builds. Shouldn't it be migrated to Bugscape?
dictionaries.mozdev.org has dictionaries. Even for canadian. mozilla won't ship with a ton dictionaries most users will never use.