Hmm - that doesn't seem to fix the problem either. textedit) does not care about that settings. How can I check what dictionary I'm using? (I fear I might have none installed.) Can I change the language for spell-check, without changing the system language? Just remember to reset "Check Spelling as You Type." Let us know if this fixes the problem. his comment is here
Reply Jeff says: November 7, 2014 at 9:31 am Has anybody noticed that this setting will undo itself with updates? Unchecking this has helped in related cases. I disable it in any application (ie. Reply gmail.com says: February 27, 2014 at 9:11 am OMG thanks, pretty sure this is the worst feature apple's ever come out with.
Note that MacWord offers spell-check for many languages, but will only check the grammar for a few, and will not offer definitions for anything but English. Can't figure out the Spelling function - Words that are clearly misspelled don't get a little red squiggle under them. Start there if you are having problems. My computer still continues to autocorrect but I cant de-activate it because I don't have that box.
Just uncheck "Check Spelling While Typing" and it's possible to select different option for different app. This is probably because you don’t have a Custom Dictionary established. I don't know in which world the pro auto-correct leaves because there is nothing more annoying to type a word numerous time and being "corrected" by this dumb feature of Mavericks. COMMUNITY RULES Writing a Quality Post Reply With Quote 11-17-2014,06:15 PM #13 jchappell View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Nov 17, 2014 Location Sanford, NC Posts 45 Specs:Imac/Macbook Pro Spell
I strongly believe that the machine must not correct without asking permission. Members have access to different forum appearance options, and many more functions. If you have your OS set in one language (like English), and want to write in another language (like French or Spanish), Pages refuses to change the language of the file this website My computer was set to British English and was constantly "correcting" all of my American English text.
In that setting, I have selected "Check Spelling While I Type" and yet it doesn't. Word will automatically add that language tag to your Normal style, which is the default style for text in a new blank document. Reply With Quote 11-17-2014,05:57 PM #10 chscag View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Jan 23, 2008 Location Keller, Texas Posts 49,983 Specs:Late 2013 27" iMac, iPad 3, iPhone 6s+, iPhone The Normal template already has an empty paragraph in it.
Reply Robert Paul Malchow says: April 12, 2014 at 7:03 am Thank you, thank you, thank you! http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/07/technology/personaltech/unmasking-the-mystery-spell-checker.html A few individuals run into problems when they want the default language for Office documents to be different from the default language settings in the OS. Mac Spell Check Not Working Reply Ryan says: October 22, 2012 at 7:30 am you are my hero, this has been driving me crazy Reply Andrew says: April 11, 2014 at 2:00 pm Wow! Spell Check Not Working Chrome More information » Facebook Google or Remember Me Forgot password?
Back to Top The Add Button Is Grayed Out The “Add” button in the Tools>Spelling & Grammar dialog, or in the right-click menu, may be grayed out. this content Spell-Check Doesn’t Catch Misspelled Words For Word to spell-check, whether by using the Tools>Spelling & Grammar dialog, or by showing red underlines for the “check spelling as you type” function, you For that reason, set the language of the custom dictionary to “none” whenever possible. Look in the folder Applications/Microsoft Office 2004/Shared Applications/Proofing Tools/ and trash the following three files: German Hyph Dict (post-reform) German Hyph Dict (pre-reform) German Hyphenation Replace them with the identically named Gmail Spell Check Not Working
It's been bugging the hell out of me every day, I know the word is spelled right but it corrects it to something else anyway. When I select PREFERENCES there is only a handful of options. Help, where else do I turn it off? weblink Powered by vBulletinCopyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply syverex, Jul 30, 2008 syverex macrumors newbie Joined: Jul 30, 2008 #22 IJ Reilly said: ↑ Infuriating in Your Mum is right, my friend. The writing of multilingual documents becomes much less of a hazzle. [ Reply to This | # ] Set the spelling language in Pages Authored by: Gus on Feb 10, '05
sid says: January 30, 2012 at 5:20 pm After disabling from System Preferences, it shows as the blue bubble while typing, need to press the Esc before Space. Obviously if you want auto-corrections enabled again, you just need to venture back into Language & Text preferences to recheck that box, which is then toggled back on. Most of the time it distracts my writing. It is possible to tag text with a language that you don't actually have installed, as the Tools>Language dialog will list languages that you do not have proofing tools for.
Does anyone know of a website with detailed "how to" stuff on iWork '08? You can fix the problem by re-installing older German Hyphenation files. Auto correct first arrived to OSX with Lion, and overall it's seemingly a lot more intelligent than it was when first introduced in iOS. http://europrolink.com/spell-check/pages-spell-check-not-working-ipad.php But I did notice that you're running Logos 5 and Proclaim.