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module:slyedit [2019/05/29 15:06]
nightfox [SlyEdit] Removed information about 79-character message width limit, as that's no longer true for SlyEdit.
module:slyedit [2019/06/04 09:51] (current)
nightfox [Spell checker and dictionaries] Included more information about dictionary filenames, including the language name and localizations and use of -supplemental in the filename
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 Also, the dictionary filenames will be parsed and the language name will be used in the menu of dictionaries in the user options - The user is able to enable/​disable the configured dictionaries for their own use for the spell checker. Also, the dictionary filenames will be parsed and the language name will be used in the menu of dictionaries in the user options - The user is able to enable/​disable the configured dictionaries for their own use for the spell checker.
  
-For the dictionaryFilenames option in SlyEdit.cfg,​ you can specify a comma-separated list of dictionary filenames. ​ The dictionary filenames are in the format dictionary_<​languageName>​.txt,​ where <​language>​ is the language name.  In this list, the filenames can be in that format, or just <​languageName>​.txt,​ or just <​languageName>​. ​ You can leave the setting blank to use all dictionary files that exist on the system.+For the dictionaryFilenames option in SlyEdit.cfg,​ you can specify a comma-separated list of dictionary filenames. ​ The dictionary filenames are in the format dictionary_<​languageName>​.txt,​ where <​language>​ is the language name.  In this list, the filenames can be in that format, or just <​languageName>​.txt,​ or just <​languageName>​. ​ You can leave the setting blank to use all dictionary files that exist on the system. ​ ​Language names are meant to be in ISO standard language and localization tags - For example, en-US specifies English with spellings for the US.  Also, for dictionaries with localized spellings, the filenames can have a "​-supplemental"​ at the end of their name before the extension if they only contain words that are unique to a particular region that don't exist for all regions. ​ Also, dictionary filenames can just contain the language without a localization if they contain words common to all regions. 
 +For example: 
 +^ Filename ​                         ^ Description ^ 
 +| dictionary_en.txt ​                | General English dictionary with spellings common to all regions | 
 +| dictionary_en-US-supplemental.txt | English word spellings only specific to the US | 
 +| dictionary_en-US.txt ​             | Full English US dictionary |
  
 SlyEdit will search for the dictionary files in the following directories,​ in this order: SlyEdit will search for the dictionary files in the following directories,​ in this order:

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