Re: [TSVN] Spellchecker oddities
Stefan Küng wrote:
> Valik wrote:
>> All this was observed using en_US dictionary and using TortoiseSVN
>> 1.2.1, Build 4168.
>> Typing any one or two letter "word" does not mark it as misspelled,
>> even if its not a valid word. If this is done to allow a "must type
>> /n/ characters before inline spell-checking triggers" then perhaps it
>> could be modified so that the word will still be checked if a space is
>> inserted? This should provide the best of both worlds.
>> The second issue concerns 3 letter words and can be repeated as follows:
>> Type a 3 letter word such as "log". It will not be underlined
>> (Correct). Add another letter to make the word misspelled. For
>> example, make "log" into "logg". It is now underlined (Correct). Press
>> backspace to delete the extra 'g'. The word is now "log" but it is
>> still being shown and misspelled (Wrong, the word is correct, it
>> shouldn't be marked).
>> This does not occur on words 4 letters or longer in length.
> Both of these issues happen because TSVN didn't check words smaller than
> 4 chars. I've removed that check in revision 4182.
>> The last comment I have is about the wavy line color. Blue is an
>> unconventional color for marking misspelled words and I sometimes find
>> it a bit hard to see. I'd prefer to see user customizable colors or
>> at least red as default . Blue doesn't contrast well enough with
>> black text like red does.
> Blue is the default color for those wavy lines in the scintilla control.
> Changed it to red in revision 4183.
Thanks Stefan. The nightly builds just keep getting better and better.
I was pleasantly surprised to see spell check on paste fixed and the
improved cache is great.
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Received on Wed Aug 17 19:21:28 2005
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