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German spellchecking in TagEditor
Thread poster: Eva Gerkrath
Eva Gerkrath  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 01:35
English to German
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Sep 7, 2003

Hi,
Me again. I can spellcheck now but TagEditor doesn't recognize my German special characters, e.g. it will see "kündigen" as 3 words: k, ü, ndigen. That's 3 misspelled words! Spellchecking 35000 words this way will drive me crazy. Does anyone know a way to fix this?

Eva


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