Misspelled Words

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marse
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Fri Oct 16, 2020 5:23 pm Post

Not a big deal but I noticed the squiggly red line that normally goes under a misspelled word in any text situation (like a word processor of any sort) is so faint in Scrivener as to be almost invisible.

Just as an example, I'm going to mispell misspell. That robust red line I see here is about 75% less visible in Scrivener.

I'm using the beta Windows (2.9.9.11) but I had the same issue in all versions.

Still loving the beta - using it whenever I can. Thanks again for this amazing product.

Mark

P.S. Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I just noticed I had posted some stuff in a different forum for the beta but again, I've experienced this in all version including 2.x

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Jestar
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Wed Oct 21, 2020 7:05 am Post

marse wrote:Not a big deal but I noticed the squiggly red line that normally goes under a misspelled word in any text situation (like a word processor of any sort) is so faint in Scrivener as to be almost invisible.

Just as an example, I'm going to mispell misspell. That robust red line I see here is about 75% less visible in Scrivener.

I'm using the beta Windows (2.9.9.11) but I had the same issue in all versions.

Still loving the beta - using it whenever I can. Thanks again for this amazing product.

Mark

P.S. Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I just noticed I had posted some stuff in a different forum for the beta but again, I've experienced this in all version including 2.x

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marse
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Wed Oct 21, 2020 6:16 pm Post

Oh, brilliant! Thank you, Jestar, and hello from and to the Tavern.

Mark