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I am using TeXstudio 2.11.0 on a Windows 10 machine. I would like to be able to have a "local" dictionary. By this, I mean that for a number of documents, but not all documents, I would like to have a second dictionary which is where I would add words particular to those documents (heck, even one document).

I am unable to determine if this is even possible, but from the configuration page it looks like I may be out of luck.

For example, when I am writing documents to assist students in my operating systems class, there are certain "words" that I would like to not have flagged; uid, gid; proc and the like. I would like these flagged in other documents, however.

Other than changing the dictionary configuration each time I move from one class of documents to another, is there a solution that will work for me? I would really like the option of adding new words to this second dictionary but manually adding them is fine as well.

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You can do that by creating your own custom extended dictionary based on the language you want to use, adding the OS specific keywords, then letting TeXstudio know about it and use a magic comment to automatically use the extended dictionary in the respective source files.

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  • Thank you, @alwaysask. I was away for a while but recently returned and verified that this technique works as you described. I will use this technique going forward. – Mark Aug 23 '16 at 0:22

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