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window operation
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Located in common_texts.cpp:269
This is the default language that the spell checker will use. The drop down box will list all of the dictionaries of your existing languages.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kspell2/ui/configui.cpp:87 rc.cpp:136
If checked, the "spell as you type" mode is active and all misspelled words are immediately highlighted.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kspell2/ui/configui.cpp:90 rc.cpp:145
If checked, words that consist of only uppercase letters are not spell checked. This is useful if you have a lot of acronyms, such as KDE for example.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kspell2/ui/configui.cpp:92 rc.cpp:151
If checked, concatenated words made of existing words are not spell checked. This is useful in some languages.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kspell2/ui/configui.cpp:94 rc.cpp:157
To add a word you want to ignore, type it in the top edit field and click Add. To remove a word, highlight it in the list and click Remove.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kspell2/ui/configui.cpp:97 rc.cpp:166
This dialog provides you with notification and details of scripting errors that occur on web pages. In many cases it is due to an error in the web site as designed by its author. In other cases it is the result of a programming error in Konqueror. If you suspect the former, please contact the webmaster of the site in question. Conversely if you suspect an error in Konqueror, please file a bug report at A test case which illustrates the problem will be appreciated.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/khtml/ rc.cpp:413
Enable the entry of multi-key shortcuts
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kdeui/kshortcutdialog_advanced.cpp:129 rc.cpp:199
Select this checkbox to enable the entry of multi-key shortcuts. A multi-key shortcut consists of a sequence of up to 4 keys. For example, you could assign "Ctrl+F,B" to Font-Bold and "Ctrl+F,U" to Font-Underline.
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Located in obj-arm-linux-gnueabi/kdeui/kshortcutdialog_advanced.cpp:130 rc.cpp:202
Additional domains for browsing
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Located in rc.cpp:444
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