Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:10 pm Post
Thu Dec 05, 2019 10:18 am Post
krumbs wrote:I have set the spell check option to automatically highlight spelling errors. Also, the dictionary has been set to English (United Kingdom-en-gb) under Options - Corrections.
However, it fails to highlight words that may be correct in US English, but incorrect in UK English. For eg, organization, recognize, optimize.
Please note that the Mac version of Scrivener works flawlessly and flags off these errors without issues. It is the Windows version that seems to have this problem. So, are there any files I can copy from the Mac version and import them into the Windows version (Beta 30) to fix this issue?
Thanks for reading!
Fri May 29, 2020 6:08 am Post
You can even create and download your own dictionary from SCOWL, at http://app.aspell.net/create. Choose the en_GB-ise option at the top, choose the word frequency you want it to contain, UNCHECK the "ize" spelling choice. You may or may not want to allow spelling variants, Hacker language, or diacritics. Download as hunspell dictionary.
Once you've downloaded it, unzip the file, open the folder, and change the names to en-GB.aff and en-GB.dic. Exactly those names (hardcoded into Scrivener). Copy them into C:\Program Files\Scrivener\hunspell\dicts\English-en-GB\, overwriting the ones that were in there.
You could even load two dictionaries, by using a different country's name. You could load the -ize English dictionary into, say, the Australian or Canadian dictionary space. Scrivener doesn't really care which dictionary you put where, as long as they're in Hunspell format and have the EXACT names that are supposed to be there. The license file for the dictionaries (the README file) should be included, but it doesn't need an exact name; it just needs to be present (legal reasons).
Does that help?
And if you do this and run into trouble, don't worry; the originals are easily recovered (delete the new dictionary files and re-download Scrivener's dictionary).
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