Re: [NTB] Re: Spell check making replacement I do not want
- On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:00 AM, Eb <ebbtidalflats@...> wrote:
> **hit space or return, NoteTab does not change it. If I type "hte" and hit
> Are you talking spell checker or auto-replace? These are two different
> Auto-replace, when enabled, will just replace what you typed without
> asking you. If that is happening, you better check your library again.
> Best way to do that is to press ESC, then type 'girlfriend' into the
> pop-up window. If you have a clip by that name, the name will autocomplete
> before you finish typing it.
> I did that and the name did NOT autocomplete. When I type girlfriend and
space NoteTab changes it to "the". If I use the spell check in NoteTab, it
changes "girlfriend" to "girl friend" without asking me if I want the
> The spell checker, on the other hand, should not only ask you to confirm,"Intellicomple".
> that you want to change the spelling, it should also give you the
> oportunity to add a misspelled term to your user dictionary. After that, it
> will no longer treat the word as miss-spelled.
> Finally, perhaps you have a different tool installed, that corrects your
> spelling? Such as Intellicomplet (see your tools menu).
> I looked in my tools menu and I did not find anything called
> Cheers,[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> --- In email@example.com, Daniel Prince <neutrino1200@...> wrote:
> > I have just discovered that the spell checker in NoteTab Standard
> > version 4.95 is changing "girlfriend" into "girl friend". I do not
> > want it to do this because my CDROM dictionary lists "girlfriend"
> > first.
> > I looked in my AutoCorrect library but I did not see "girlfriend" in
> > the library. How do I prevent the spell checker from doing this?
> > Thank you in advance for all replies.
- I would recommend that you download the latest dictionary from NoteTab.com. My dictionary, american.dct, is from May 2000, and doesn't touch 'girlfriend'.
I tried the dictionary in NTP 4.95, and it worked ok as well.