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|Components > Tools > Spell Checkers|
OpenOffice 3 Spell Checker for Delphi v.0.1||GPLS
||29 Aug 2010
|By Alexander Halser. This is a new spell checker based on the NHunspell project from Thomas Maierhofer (also open source). It is the first Delphi implementation to directly support the latest OpenOffice 3 dictionaries and uses the Hunspell spell checking engine, which is being used in OpenOffice, Firefox and many other software programs.
- Can read and open OpenOffice 3 dictionaries as well as the older OpenOffice 2 format
- Implements spell checking and hyphenation
- Full Unicode support, no codepage conversions.
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