holene wrote:I downloaded the new update, and it now works! Thanks =)
Is there an exception-file for language syntax, or may I make one? For instance when you write LaTeX you wouldn't want the spellcheck to react to \textsc etc.
lawlist wrote:It is not syntax specific, but is easy to edit:
phyllisstein wrote:To take your questions in order:
- This package does not integrate with Sublime's built-in spell-checker, so you'll get the best results if you only use one at a time. I don't have any plans to do anything as elaborate as modify Sublime's dictionary files based on the spelling results from CheckBounce.
- Again, no integration with the built-in checker, so changing the dictionary files Sublime looks at won't do anything for this package. OS X's built-in spelling system is designed to automatically identify a document's dominant language, however, and it seemed to work reasonably well in the limited testing I did, picking up on—and suggesting corrections for—German and French.
- I'll look into this later today and post an update to Github tonight.
- OS X stores its learned words in ~/Library/Spelling, I believe, and I think you can edit the file that's there if you really want to. Though I've never tried.
- Since I don't think there's a way to capture mouse-down events, I think this is just how Sublime has to work.
GerardLambert wrote:Thanks for your answer, I downloaded the new update and it seems to work better. I still had some problems with the toggle on/off which does not seem to always work but I did not identify a specific context in which it fails (sorry)
One question about the grammar checking : is there a way to have a clue about why a specific sentence is green boxed ?
ah that's too bad ... the standard "spell-checking" manage to work that way (even if the cursor is not on the word I can right click on the word). I think there is two point that will prevent me to use the package for now (even I am really looking for the "add word to dictionary" functionality)
1) the fact that I have to click on the word before right-clicking
2) the fact that once I right click, I do not have directly the suggestions (like in standard checkspelling) but there is one more step rightclick -> suggestcorrections -> suggestions
PS : Maybe my two remarks will be obsolete if I get used to the keyboard shortcuts ....
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