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Questions tagged [hunspell]

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How to maintain a list of names for the Hunspell spell checker?

Hunspell should help the user to write names properly. The names should be defined in the home directory of the user, so that every user can define his or her own list of important names. If a user ...
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How to use the system spell checker dictionary in Firefox?

I want to maintain one good dictionary system wide. Unfortunately there are many applications which use their own Hunspell dictionary. Finally it depends on the application and its outdated ...
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Adding words to Hunspell dictionary of Typora Markdown Editor in terminal at least

How to add words to a specific Hunspell dictionary? I am trying to add words to the dictionary, but it doesn't work. Not from terminal nor from application Typora that uses the dictionary. root@...
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Firefox misspelling all words since version 61

On my Debian 9 with Firefox 61 every word is marked as misspelled, except numbers (right now, currently as I'm typing). Things I've tried: Remove en-US dictionary and return it (Had to hard delete ...
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How to list available dictionaries for hunspell?

Is there some way to list all available dictionaries in hunspell? Something like aspell dump dicts. printf | hunspell -D prints too much junk, and I want to query hunspell itself, not do something ...
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Make hunspell work with emacs and german language

I want to make hunspell work with emacs24 and a german dictionary on a ubuntu 13.04-box. To do so I installed hunspell and hunspell-de and added the following to my .emacs file: (setq ispell-...
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hunspell: add word to dictionary from command line

From hunspell man page: ... When in the -a mode, hunspell will also accept lines of single words prefixed with any of '*', '&', '@', '+', '-', '~', '#', '!', '%', '`', or '^'. A ...
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Can someone explain what hunzip is for?

I understand what hunspell is for, but I was browsing the source code and the man, and I'm not sure: Does hunzip compress text files or just dictionaries ?