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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Spelling Preference Page

The following preferences can be changed on the General > Editors > Text Editors > Spelling preference page.

Option
Description
Default
Enable spell checking
This option enables spell checking.
On
Ignore words with digits
This option ignores words with digits when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore mixed case words
This option ignores mixed case words when performing spell checking. On
Ignore sentence capitalization
This option ignores sentence capitalization when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore upper case words
This option ignores upper case words when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore internet addresses
This option ignores internet addresses when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore non-letters at word boundaries
This option ignores non-letters at word boundaries when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore single letters
This option ignores single letters when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore Java string literals
This option ignores Java string literals when performing spell checking.
On
Ignore '&' in Java properties files
This option ignores '&' in Java properties files when performing spell checking.
On
Platform dictionary
This option selects a platform dictionary to use.
English (United States)
User defined dictionary
This option selects a User defined dictionary to use.
-
Encoding
This option selects which encoding to use for reading the dictonaries.
Default (depends on Platform)
Maximum number of correction proposals
This option limits the possible corrections displayed to the given value.
20

Here is what the Spelling preference page looks like:

Image of the Spelling preference page
 


 
 
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