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I would like to see some updates as this is the golden source for hunspell-lt package, which I maintain: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/hunspell-lt/
P.S. Thanks, I will take a look at your link https://launchpad.net/ispell-lt :)
Thank you Erikas, but I suggest you to use real upstream instead of this as the source of your package. Check it out by visiting https://launchpad.net/ispell-lt .
Said being incompatible with 24.3 Thunderbird, it seems to work fine. I recommend it to anyone despite the cons noted in previous review since there's no alternative at the moment.
A very very useful plugin, works excellent in both Windows and Ubuntu, and in all versions of Firefox (that i have used so far).
One additional feature I am dreaming about is ability to automatically detect language. It's quite often a case when i write in Lithuanian in one tab, and then switch back to English. Constantly selecting spell checking plugin is quite a nuisance. I believe this feature request targets more whole Firefox app, than just this plugin.
Yep, what you want should be the app's functionality, not that of a dictionary (which I'm providing here mainly for the users of English versions of Firefox in Lithuania). Although, automatic language detection is not that easy, I guess. I think you may find it easier to develop a habit to use →K→A and →K→L to quickly change the dictionary in use without moving your hands away from the keyboard.
Though it's probably worth to file a feature request (if there isn't one) asking for Firefox to automatically choose a dictionary depending on the keyboard layout in use. It wouldn't cover all cases, but would at least be helpful in some.