Hunspell (using the example program) seems to mark
words that start with a capital letter and contain
non-ASCII characters as mis-spelled and then lists the
as one of the suggestions. This seems to happen only when
using UTF-8 encoded dictionary and string.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Using the example program, and (for example) the
Estonian UTF-8 encoded affix and dict file
(mug.imo.ee/speller/et_EE.zip) check a properly spelled
wordlist where words start with capital letters (included
in that package)
The words should pass the spell check.
Every word is marked as mis-spelled and the suggestion
lists contain the same words.
Everything is fine when using Latin-1 for example. The
problem is, there are some letters that don't map in that
space in Estonian. :-) I haven't tried this with other
languages, but one of the posts here about Russian seems
to maybe relate to the same problem.