[OS X Emacs] native spellcheck?

Bernardo Barros bernardobarros2 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 7 23:17:43 EDT 2010

It´s working here with english and portuguese. Left-Click or alt-; do it.

2010/7/8 Nathaniel Cunningham <nathaniel.cunningham at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 9:47 PM, Michael Gilbert <mcg at gilbert.org> wrote:
>> Pardon a newbie's query... The "Features" page at the Aquamacs site reads
>> "Spell-Checking. Aquamacs spell-checks your documents with the OS X
>> spell-checker, supporting more than a hundred languages and system-wide user
>> dictionaries." I just tested this with a word that was learned by the Mac OS
>> dictionary (the name of the organization I work with). In TextEdit or Mail
>> (native spellcheck aware apps), the word shows up unmarked. But in Aquamacs,
>> (nightly build from a few days back), it shows up marked. How should I
>> approach troubleshooting this?
> Michael,
> It should work as you expect.  All I can suggest is: be sure you're using
> the same language where you learned the words.
> I just tried it with a recent nightly:  Using language English, any words
> included (an odd number of times, i.e. not unlearned) in
> ~/Library/spelling/en are treated as correct by Cmd-;, ispell-buffer, and
> flyspell-buffer.  One misspelling is properly marked as such; I spellchecked
> and learned the same word in TextEdit (in English), and now Aquamacs treats
> it as correct as well.
> If it's still not working, let me know, and we'll try to debug further.
> --Nathaniel
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