- May 22, 2018 at 1:30 pm #23217
Red wiggly line doesn’t work for the word touching EOF.
Spelling Suggestion doesn’t work when cursor is at the end of the word.
Type “capitl”. The suggestion gives “capital”.
Type “Capitl”. The suggestion gives “Capital”.
Is there a way to make WordComplete obey the user’s first letter capitalization?May 23, 2018 at 12:51 pm #23237
Issue 1 is actually an intentional behavior. Users can be distracted if red wiggly line appears while typing. However, the next version will show red wiggly line if the cursor moves from the bottom position to another position.
Issue 2: this will be fixed on v17.7.91.
Issue 3: I am not sure exactly what this means. Type “Capitl”, and do you want EmEditor to show “capital” instead?May 24, 2018 at 12:57 pm #23249
>Issue 1 is actually an intentional behavior. Users can be distracted if red wiggly line appears while typing.
Since red wiggly line appears anywhere else while typing, should EOF be the only exception?
I type “Capi”.
WordComplete (dictionary) shows “capital”.
If I select it, it will be “capital”.
But I hope there’s a way (option) to let it be “Capital”.
Spelling Suggestion doesn’t work when cursor is at the end of the word touching the punctuation or the line end.
Number of Characters: 3.
Type 3 letters. The candidate list shows.
Then if I press Backspace key, I think the list should close.May 27, 2018 at 11:30 am #23269
We fixed the Issue 2-2 on the next beta.
Thanks,May 28, 2018 at 6:53 pm #23274
On the next beta (v17.7.92), we are adding the Never and Keep Original Text when Completes option to the Match Case drop-down list box in the Matching Criteria page of the Word Complete Properties. Thanks,May 31, 2018 at 5:13 am #23285
“Never and Keep Original Text when Completes” (or “Never”) is used.
** The responding speed is slower when typing.
“Never and Keep Original Text when Completes” is used.
Type in a new line:
Select “test” in the candidate list.
** The text changes to:
qwerty qwerMay 31, 2018 at 5:35 am #23286
Spelling Suggestion doesn’t work when cursor is at the end of the word touching the line end.May 31, 2018 at 9:18 am #23290
We fixed the Issue B and Issue 2-2-2 on the next beta (v17.7.93).
As for Issue A, the larger the dictionary is, the slower the speed becomes. In order to reproduce the issue, can you please let me know the dictionary you use (and its size)?
Thanks,June 1, 2018 at 3:47 am #23293
Spelling Suggestion doesn’t work when cursor is at the end of the word touching a number, or a non-Latin character. (Where there’s a red wiggly line.)
In a word, is it possible to make Spelling Suggestion work when cursor is at the end of ANY red wiggly line?
Is it possible to make “Find Macro Keyword” command also obey such rules?
However, I think the candidate list should persist if it is shown manually.
Happens only when “Delay Time” = 0.
Can be reproduced by just holding down any alphanumeric key.
It stutters only when either of the two “Never” options is used.
The dictionary is the default en_US.dic.June 4, 2018 at 2:52 pm #23305
We addressed all these issues. The next version (v17.7.93) optimized the WordComplete plug-in for speed. Thanks!June 5, 2018 at 1:25 pm #23311
All the WordComplete properties are reset in v17.7.93? While its registry data survive.
Do I have to rebuild the settings from zero? Or should I wait for another fix?June 5, 2018 at 6:05 pm #23317
I see. This will be fixed on the next version. I am sorry for inconveniences.June 5, 2018 at 11:24 pm #23322
Is it possible to add an option (for when “Priority” setting is “Last Used Word First”):
The words according to “Dictionaries” options take priority initially (i.e. when I enable WordComplete, and whenever I open a document).
Hope the 3 commands (Lowercase/Uppercase/Capitalize) can handle the current word when there’s no selection.June 7, 2018 at 5:39 am #23332
The relative path seems totally not work now, no matter what the current directory is.June 7, 2018 at 8:41 am #23333
The relative path should be from the Plug-ins folder. For instance, if the plug-ins folder is:
the dictionary path will be:
It doesn’t matter where the current directory is.
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