The path has changed in CC 2015. Now it is: /Applications/Adobe InDesign CC/Resources/LILO/Linguistics/Providers/Plugins2/AdobeHunspellPlugin.bundle/Contents/Shar edSupport/Dictionaries
Note that you also have to edit the info.plist that come with the current version.
Thank you. That worked. I found an Adobe dictionary configuration in /Library/Application Data/Adobe, but it is ignored by InDesign.
In addition to the standard instructions, if you want the language to appear as the actual name of the Language rather than the language code, you can edit the file for your locality located here: /Applications/Adobe\ InDesign\ CC\ 2015/Resources/Dictionaries/LILO/Linguistics/LanguageNames2 and associate the dictionary with a LanguageName in your language.
For instance, editing the DisplayLanguageNames.en_US.txt file, I added this line:
and now the language properly displays as "Latin" rather than "la".
Thanks. Nice to know.
Do you have to install the Latin dictionary yourself and edit the info.plist files?
Yes, the original Adobe instructions must be followed, only with the new paths. The additional step is just for aesthetics.
Sorry for keeping you, but this interests me a little mainly because this is what I have to do with activating Icelandic Hunspell. I admin 28 CC licenses and to save time I always make an installer that does the whole thing, installs the changed info.plist files and puts the dictionary where it should be. This is hardly worth the bother unless one needs to do this on many machines. Macs in my case. Then I made the installer public because I know from experience that most uses faint when they see what has to be done and don't do it themselves. font.is » Hunspell hyphenation for InDesign CS6 and CC – Creative Cloud
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I tried to use this path on Windows 10 (64 bit), and it seems that has changed. I found it here:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CC 2015\Resources\Dictionaries\LILO\Linguistics\Providers\Plugins2\AdobeHunspellPlugin\Dicti onaries
Hello. I'm having the same problems installing a Hunspell dictionary to support the language Thai in InDesign. Seems I have InDesign CC 2014 and my paths don't match any mentioned in the threads above. Can anybody help?
If you happen to know anyone using a mac for his/her Latin, I would be happy to let them try out my Latin Hunspell installer which I made. I have tried it myselft but I neither read nor write Latin, but the spelling worked perfectly and I guess the hyphenation does to.
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