Shared Technical Terminology Thesaurus

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Shared Technical Terminology Thesaurus - a terminology checker plugin helping organizations enforce consistent terminology in technical and other documents.

Project Description

Rules are fetched from a central HTTP(S) server and updated automatically, a cached copy will be kept locally for offline use. Usage ===== - put rules.csv on a HTTP(s) server in your network - install STTT extension - configure rules.csv URL in Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> STTT Terminology - check Writing Aids configuration in Tools -> Options -> Language Settings -> Writing Aids -> Edit... make sure that for every language you're intending to use the STTT grammar plugin is active _and_ the first item in the list (as of this writing you cannot have more than one active grammar plugin) Example rules.csv ================= locale;search;replace;comment en-US;my search term;replacement term;We should only use the replacement term If you want more than one replacement term simply add extra lines in the csv file: locale;search;replace;comment en-US;my search term;first replacement term;We should only use the replacement term en-US;my search term;another replacement term; en-US;my search term;last replacement term; Note: Only the first comment will be shown in the context menu!


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Current Release

Shared Technical Terminology Thesaurus - 0.0.2

Released Jun 26, 2013 — tested with:

LibreOffice 4.0, LibreOffice 4.1, LibreOffice 4.2,

First release.
More about this release…

File size: 19 kb

All Releases









Jun 26, 2013
    • LibreOffice 4.0
    • LibreOffice 4.1
    • LibreOffice 4.2
    First release.
    • LGPL-v2.1 (GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1)

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