How can I disable spell checker in Pidgin? Any idea?
I searched on the web, but didn't find anything.
I have being having some issues with the Z2.
It seems to like to constantly autocorrect words that it doesn't like such as names. But then it will also add any word that you may use to the dictionary.
I want to disable autocorrect (which I've done) but now I want any misspellings to be underlined just like they were on my Samsung S2. Anyone know how to do this?
I am using 'spell' as a command line spell checker.
Can anyone tell me how to change the default dictionary to British?
spell ~/Documents/spell.txt -b
spell: /usr/lib/ispell/british.has: cannot open
Using Swype to write a text it just underlined something in orange and when I clicked on it I got the message "It is recommended that you disable Android Spell Checker when using Swype".
OK... how do I do that for Swype?
I was irritated & disturbed by the "Hebrew" option in my spell checker options.
Upgrade from 12.04 LTS to 14.04 LTS on two computer running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. One is a System 76 the other is an Apple min mac.
In all application that have spell check turned on, LibreOffice, several IDEs the spell checker lost, forgot all the words I have add in to the spell checker over the last couple of years.
I think the problem is at the O. S.
I was a little surprised to discover that in LibreOffice (22.214.171.124), the spell check doesn't actually work. I was surprised since spell checkers have been around since....80's? Not a difficult thing.
I am running Ubuntu 12.04, on a relatively new install. I haven't done anything to my dictionaries or language files.
I have a majority of this problem done but seem to be struggling on the last couple of steps. Here is the whole problem to help you guys get a better understanding.
Write a shell script that implements a simple spell checker.
The filename you will use for your script will be your Z-id followed by “.spell”.
I want to add germand spell checking to vim. So I set
:set spl=de_de spell
then there is a dialogue, where I can create a directory called .vim/spell. And then there is another question where I can download a .spl file. And again for a .sug file.
I was on a page trying to figure out how to get the spell checker working in Firefox, and thought this comment was kind of humorous.
The firefox dictionary plugin really does come in handy, but if your solely reallying on it, time to go back to school
And then this reply immediately after it