Thats quite a good progress for such a big application
. i'm looking forward to see this project completed.
after making an opera spell checking dictionary i continued and also made one for google chrome:
its not integrated as clean as in opera or firefox but it works. (it shows up as danish dictionary)
to install it you have to select danish as spell checker in chrome. then close it and copy the da-DK-1-2.bdic file to:
-"%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\Dictionaries" under windows xp
-"%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\Dictionaries" under vista or win7
-i guess somewhere in the home folder under linux.
when you open chrome again you can select danish as spell checker (which actually is the Na'vi spell checker)
like with Open Office there is no better way than this work-around.
only for developers:
when you want to create or update a dictionary you need convert_dict.exe
and <dictname>.aff & <dictname>.dic (both converted to utf8 and "SET ISO8859-15" (or similar) changed to "SET UTF-8" in the .aff).
run (in same folder) "convert_dict.exe <dictname>" to create the bdic file