[SOLVED] Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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paul1149
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[SOLVED] Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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I don't think this is possible currently, but it would be a plus - the ability to suspend the display of misspellings, either in certain books or for certain fonts or languages. The problem is that all the wiggly underlines make reading difficult in works like Thayers, which has a lot of Greek and proper names.
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Re: Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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Simple solution is not to have the module in edit mode.
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Re: Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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A ha. I'll definitely keep that in mind. But most of the time I'm making tweaks to most of the modules on the fly.
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Re: Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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Ctrl+Shift+U is a very handy shortcut to toggle between user mode and non-user mode.
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Re: Turning off spell-check in certain circumstances

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RubioTerra wrote:Ctrl+Shift+U is a very handy shortcut to toggle between user mode and non-user mode.
I had no idea! This is my answer. Works perfectly.

Thanks guys.
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