{dictionaries} marks questions about spell-checking dictionaries used in TeX/LaTeX tools.

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Complicated trilingual dictionary, help formatting to look more professional?

This dictionary is for Taiwanese, English, and Chinese. First off: Here's an example PDF of the first few entries: http://goo.gl/aNfGnN And here's the full .tex in its current state: ...
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Where does TeXworks store list of words to be ignored by the spell checker

Where does TeXworks store words selected to be ignored by the spell checker? I am using TeXworks 0.4.5 r1280 (MiKTeX 2.9 64-bit) on Win7 Enterprise 64-bit, with the Hunspell dictionary en_AU ...
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Is there a good maths specific dictionary for LaTeX?

I just wanted to know if there is a good dictionary I can download for the custom LaTeX dictionaries. I know that I can edit the existing ones easily and use, for example, ones from OpenOffice to ...
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french dictionary

I have been using this for a french dictionary: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,twocolumn]{article} \usepackage[french]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{datatool}% ...
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How I can use the dictionary in English and Spanish in Texmaker?

I would like simultaneously use dictionaries in English and Spanish of Texmaker as there are many words and names that the Spanish dictionary does not recognize (eg Laplace, Or I like to get a ...
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Texshop: Changes language when I switch between windows

I'm dealing with a rather annoying issue when using Texshop. When I chose a dictionary, other than the U.S.dictionary, then Texshop reverts back to the U.S. dictionary when I switch between programs ...
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Spelling check for Texmaker

I have trouble spell checking my document in Texmaker. When I press spellcheck, I get the error No dictionary Available. I really read every thing to fix this problem but it is not clear for me ...