|Re: Spell Check [message #267517 is a reply to message #267501]
||Wed, 07 January 2009 14:24
Originally posted by: eclipse-news.rizzoweb.com|
On 1/6/2009 2:03 PM, Walter Harley wrote:
> "Eric Rizzo"<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> On 1/5/2009 4:46 PM, Gwen H wrote:
>>> Not sure what you mean. I'm using the CFEclipse perspective to edit .cfm
>>> files. I don't select any kind of "editor" before I edit them. I defined
>>> a txt file as my dictionary.
>> Then you're using the CFEclipse editor (or .cfm editor if you want to call
>> it that). Most likely you'll have to ask on the CFEclipse forums, since it
>> is code provided by that project (not provided by any Eclipse.org
>> One thing you can try just to verify that it is CFEclipse's problem: try
>> creating a .txt file and open that; then type in some mis-spelled words
>> and see if they are highlighted as expected. If it works in the .txt file,
>> then your problem is with CFEclipse and you can ask about it on their
> But she said in her original post that it is also failing in other editors,
> CFEclipse perspectives. Nothing happens."
> So the problem seems more generic than that.
Well, strictly speaking the perspective is irrelevant. It is the editor,
and Gwen has not yet confirmed that this happens in a plain .txt file,
as I suggested.
> I'm not very familiar with the spell checker (I find it annoying so I
> disable it) so I don't have the answer, but hopefully someone here is more
Same here, I never use Spell Check.
One more idea from me: if it can be confirmed to not work in a .txt file
(again, it is the file type that matters, NOT the perspective), the next
thing would be to open the Error Log view and see if there is anything
related being logged about it.
|Re: Spell Check [message #267547 is a reply to message #267511]
||Thu, 08 January 2009 01:48
| Walter Harley
Registered: July 2009
"Gwen H" <email@example.com> wrote in message |
> Already checked that. Sorry, but that's not the problem.
Just to make sure - the setting that Nitin mentioned is different than the
one that you mentioned in your first post.
Window > Preferences > General > Editors > Text Editors > Spelling
Window > Preferences > General > Editors > Text Editors > Annotations
What he's suggesting is that even if spell checking is enabled, its output
might not be getting displayed, if the annotations are invisible for some
reason (e.g., set to a bad color).
For what it's worth, I did just try defining a user-defined dictionary. It
worked for me (e.g., with a dictionary containing only the words "foo",
"bar", and "baz" each on a separate line, when I typed comments, all the
words except those would be commented). However, I think it did not
recompute the spelling when I changed the dictionary - I had to actually
edit the file to see the changes. I didn't try reproducing that.
To get common words to show up as misspelled, I also had to unselect the
"English (US)" platform dictionary, in the Spelling prefs pane, and select
|Re: Spell Check [message #557691 is a reply to message #511878]
||Wed, 08 September 2010 14:31
| Alan Wilter Sousa da Silva
Registered: September 2010
I am using Helios. The funny thing is that spell check work with python files but with nothing else.|
The most bizarre is that if I do [crtl .] it autocomplete the words! So, hey there, it knows about the words but it simply doesn't want to underlined the misspelled words???
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