Thanks Adobe, for removing formatting from my post :-b
The "misspelled" words were:
I just ran that sentence in a test topic and got no issues from the spell check.
Colum's suggestion about where the project is located might be spot on (local machine, yes...network, no).
Thanks for the response, guys.
The problem occurs in all topics in all projects on my local machine.
I have a Swedish keyboard, but my locale is English US, and I've been writing in this manner for 10 years without any problems until recently. Other programs, like MS Word, are not affected, so I believe it's a RH problem, and not any Windows Regional settings.
Yes, everything is English at the topic level too.
That was just a demo sentence. Every topic is speckled with various "misspelled" words with no discernable pattern.
Here are other "misspelled" words for example:
- click (which is everywhere of course)
...I could go on forever.
Thanks for your time.
Weird! Could there have been a Windows update that has interferred with RoboHelp in some way? Is there another RH installation there you could check? If not, maybe it is best to uninstall / reinstall. Before you do that though, have you checked the HTML to see if there is something there that is interfering with the spelling? For example a <p lang="xx"> tag.
The RoboColum(n) @robocolumn Colum McAndrew
...or < body lang="xx" > tag?
Nope. Nothing strange there. This is occuring in all projects. I even opened an old project I haven't touched in years, and I have the same problem. I'm going to try to reinstall on Monday.
Does anyoneknow where RH's dictionary file is?
Crazy just got crazier.
I finally decided to just add the "misspelled" words to the dictionary, so I could get back to writing. So I doubled-checked the spelling manually and added the words from one topic to the dictionary. Then I continued editing the topic, adding some text, nothing unusual. But then all of a sudden, all I did was type a space, and *BAM* all the words I just added to the dictionary 2 minutes ago were marked as though they were misspelled again.
Can you try a non-Swedish keyboard?