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The dictionaries used by TeXstudio are the same Hunspell ones used by many other projects. You could try the 'extended' en_GB dictionaries provided for Firefox/Thunderbird. However, I'm not sure any of these are significantly better/more comprehensive than the standard ones: dictionary work is hard.
TeXstudio does not save any temporary copies of your file. There is an option Advanced Editor -> Special Options -> Auto Save All Files. When activated, this callsFile -> Save All` in regular intervals. However, this function is deactivated by default, because it saves and thus overwrites your original file. Since a user should be aware of this ...
On the basis of the long string of comments to your question, it seems that the code in your question is still not reflecting what you use on your machine. It's important that you give us all the relevant information (but no more than that; see minimal working example) in one go, instead of doling it out. Otherwise, people who want to help you are just ...
Keeping the texstudio.ini solves the problem. Due to the fact that the .zip file contains an empty .ini file, I ran into this problem.
The Mac version of TeXstudio automatically adds a directory to the PATH, but it's set to /usr/local/texlive/2012/bin/x86_64-darwin/ by default. If you click Show Advanced Options in the Preferences page, under Build > Build Options > Additional Search Paths, change Commands ($PATH) to /usr/texbin and it should work, even if you upgrade MacTeX or TeX ...
As stated in the comments above, TXS has no direct control on the placements of the PDF. That is determined by pdflatex and its options (which vary depending on the TeX distribution you use). However, you can create a user command at Options -> Build Command name (copypdf) and display name ('Copy PDF') are separated by a colon. The call executes a ...
TeXstudio can only handle Hunspell dictionaries (as they are used in OpenOffice / LibreOffice). A converter/export from OSX dictionary to Hunspell would be the way to go. Unfortunately, I'm not aware of such a tool, but I'm not an expert there.
I adapted the Solarized theme into Texmaker. I played around with the colors of Solarized an ended up with the following theme: You can add it at Texmaker's config file texmaker.ini, which should located at Linux: $HOME/.config/xm1 Windows: %APPDATA%/xm1 Mac OS X: $HOME/.config/xm1 Here are the lines with the colors. They need to be replaced at the ...
Did you set the standard language to "en_GB" or "en_US" ? Please check under "options/configure TeXstudio/General" in section "Dictionaries"
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