Spell Check Not Working
I checked available, but did not have to install it again. I guess it was disabled as part of the version upgrade.
John Brewer last edited by
Thank you Meta Chuh for such an outstanding step by step guide for configuring DSpellCheck. It worked like a charm!
Meta Chuh last edited by
welcome to the notepad++ community, @John-Brewer
it’s very nice to hear that, you are very welcome.
many thanks and best regards.
I now see spell check is not working with UPPER CASE terms. I have tested this with both lower case and UPPER CASE words.
Does the spelling plugin also check UPPER CASE terms?
@Meta-Chuh , should I post a new discussion thread on this matter?
dinkumoil last edited by
I now see spell check is not working with UPPER CASE terms.
Have a look at the settings dialog of DSpellCheck, especially to the
Ignore Wordsoptions. You can find them under
(menu) Plugins -> DSpellCheck -> Settings... -> (register) Advanced -> (group box) Ignore Words. Ensure that option
All Letters Capitalis unchecked.
The box was indeed checked.
I appreciate your kind assistance.
I upgraded Notepad++ today. The spell check is not working automatically anymore. I click the button to Spell Check Documents Automatically to turn spell checking off and on, and the misspelled words are indeed found. I also use the /menu/Plugins/DSpellCheck/Find Next Misspelling and the misspelled words are indeed found. However, the misspelled words are not found as I am typing.
What do I need to do to enable the misspelled words to be discovered as I type, please?
andrecool-68 last edited by
@shdawson Manually update the new version of the plugin:
Success, thanks. Much appreciated.
Dean Davis62 last edited by
Thank you for the most apprevciated help
Hi, question about DSpellCheck. Is there a way to run spell check so one is presented with a replace option such as F7 in MS Word?
I take it there is no way to run spell check in this manner. Do I hold the correct understanding?
Ekopalypse last edited by
Don’t know - I’m not using MS Word so I can’t say for sure what it is providing.
I would guess if you can add a screenshot or a more detailed description what you
want to have then one who uses DSpellCheck might be able to answer more easily.
Btw. a screenshot must be uploaded to an hoster like imgur … and embedded here using
Alan Kilborn last edited by
I believe the poster is after a replace-on-misspelled word function.
Think about Notepad++'s
Replacebutton functionality, but where the
Find whatis the next sqiggly-underlined misspelled word. :)