Imagine having a personal dictionary on Triond that learns new words as you use them. Our latest upgrade to the Online Editor’s spell check does just that; enables you to build a personal dictionary and remembers new words after they are added.
Those of you who write technical or otherwise lingo-heavy articles will find this function especially useful. It’s also helpful if you use words from other languages transliterated into English.
To check your spelling, just click on the same ABC button as before. Now, when the system finds a spelling error, the misspelled word will be highlighted in yellow. Correcting errors is a breeze – just click on the highlighted word and a suggestion box will drop down. If you find the word you were looking for in the suggestion box, click it and it will replace the misspelled word. If there is no suggestion that fits the context, but you are sure the word is correct and you want to keep using it, you can click “Add to dictionary”, and the word will never again be marked as a spelling error.
Here are some screenshots that demonstrate this functionality:
Let’s click the ABC button and see the highlighted words:
The words “speling” and “Google” were highlighted. Let’s fix them, we’ll pick “spelling” from the suggestion box, and we’ll add “Google” to the dictionary:
That’s it, easy and convenient.