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I'm often writing documents in different languages and I like to use the autocorrection in texmaker. But its very annoying, if you always have to switch the dictionary file.

So I tried the following: I copyied one .dic-file (e.g. de_DE.dic) and the corresponding grammar-file (de_DE.aff) in to my current working directory. Then I opened another language's dic (en_GB.dic) copied everything and inserted it into de_DE.dic. That works pretty well. Now all words are known in their original form. I tried the same for the .aff -file to have both grammars, but without success :(

Does anyone have an idea how to handle this problem?

I am aware, that using two languages at the same time with this approach will lead to acceptance of some wrong forms. But nevertheless I think it would help me to avoid some typos.

  • Not sure if this works with texmaker, but with texstudio one can insert comments like % !TeX spellcheck = en_GB in the .tex file to conveniently switch between languages on a file by file basis. – user36296 Apr 27 '17 at 20:43
  • @samcarter, I'm not sure either, but I believe the OP means multiple languages within the same file. I can relate, I've been in the same situation and wished for the same thing. – gusbrs Apr 27 '17 at 21:19
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  • As far as I know that is not possible.
  • I use a different approach, where I copy & paste the text from time to time into Microsoft Word or another word processor.

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