Hello developers. At page listing dictionaries and language packages that are supported by Mozilla it can be noticed that the presence of dictionary and language package that are mutually complementary, are not mutually tied. Then one of them can be present without the other one. That is illustrated by the Finnish locale; a respective dictionary is absent while a respective language package is present. However Linux already ships dictionary packages via desktop environments; e.g. Gnome, KDE, XFCE. then those dictionaries are available for use to applications of those environments. Nevertheless at least Firefox for Linux does not rely on those dictionaries but on add-ons maintained by persons external to the Mozilla Foundation. Adding support for those dictionaries would avoid Mozilla to be put of position of dependence in regard to those fierce sources that release dictionary files as add-ons and would at last solve at once the observable lack of dictionaries for locales. Regard.