|Re: How to make it refresh the user-defined dictionary? [message #495241 is a reply to message #495165]
||Wed, 04 November 2009 10:16
| Steffen Pingel
Registered: July 2009
You can press Ctrl+1 to add unrecognized words to the dictionary.|
David M. Karr wrote:
> I'm editing a task description, and it's putting red squigglies under some
> technical terms, and giving me a tooltip saying the word is not spelled
> I had already created a user-defined dictionary because of some code
> comments I had written before. That resolved the issue with my code
> I tried entering one of the words I had already had in my dictionary in to
> the task description, and it doesn't squiggle it.
> As the context menu in t he task editor doesn't provide any way that I can
> see to add words to the user-defined dictionary (and I see no interface
> for this in the preferences area), I edited the dictionary from an
> external editor and added one of the new words that it's complaining about
> in the task description.
> After I stored the file in the external editor, Eclipse didn't appear to
> notice the dictionary was changed. I tried doing various "refresh"
> operations, but nothing made any difference.
> The only thing that worked was exiting Eclipse and restarting. I wish
> there was a better way to refresh the spellcheck.
> I would file a bug, but I don't know if this is Mylyn-specific or not.
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