That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config.  I can have "English" 
or "Canadian".  If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is 
flagged as errors.  That is certainly not enough.  Perhaps aspell can be 
influenced by my Locale settings, but LyX blocks that.  Certainly I can have 
British spellings elsewhere.


On Saturday 07 February 2009 10:48:25 pm you wrote:
> Le 4 févr. 09 à 06:10, Doug Laidlaw a écrit :
> > The authors of aspell must be really parochial.  To them, "English"
> > means "American", Canadian is a distinct language, and British
> > English just
> > does not exist.  There are dictionaries for languages with a
> > smaller user
> > base than British English.
> The readme for the english dictionary states:
>    This word list package supports the following dialects of English:
>      American (en_US)
>      British with "ise" spelling (en_GB-ise)
>      British with "ize" spelling (en_GB-ize)
>      Canadian (en_CA)
> Isn't this enough?
> JMarc

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