To make it clear: My intention was not to
"blame" something on somebody, rather it was a more strongly formulated wish
I see, Lion would downgrade everything again (heaven help if Mountain Lion will
"fix" things again). May give cocoAspell another trial.
Since I was recently writing some Markdown and docu using TM2, I had decided to bump this
thread. I blamed Apple for their bogus implementation of built-in spell checking, I still
do. However somehow I find TM1 with that borked built-in spell checker pretty well, thile
TM2 not so well.
Currently TM2 misbehaves (comparing to TM1):
(1) document is not spell checked once loaded or when spell checking is being enabled
(existing errors aren't marked)
(2) spell checking isn't invalidated and restarted when changing the language (errors
from previous language stay marked)
However spell checking when typing working fine. Only problem that errors that are already
in the file will be never highligted whatever I do.
So, is polishing the spell check of TM2 in plans?
Adam Strzelecki | nanoant.com