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Continuing http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/325453/flyspell-babel-warning-no-dictionary-installed-for-foreignlanguage and How can I make AUCTeX spell check in the language specified by babel and csquotes macros?, let's take as an example the following file in UTF-8:

Außenwirkung
Nutzungsfälle
\foreignlanguage{USenglish}{behavior}
\foreignlanguage{UKenglish}{behaviour}
%%% Local Variables:
%%% mode: latex
%%% ispell-local-dictionary: "german-new8"
%%% coding: utf-8
%%% End:

It is \input from another main file, which contains \usepackage[USenglish,british,french,norsk,dutch,latin,german,ngerman]{babel} I typically use emacs 26.1 for editing with aspell 0.60.7-20110707 for spellchecking (but I'm ready to change my habits if there's a better solution for spellchecking). The German words are checked without problems (of course, you might wish to add them to your local dictionary if they are not in the global one). The English words are problematic: each time I run M-x ispell-buffer, they show up as wrong. Is there any way to automatically check also the \foreignlanguage{...}{...} parts using the proper dictionary? As of now, flyspell-babel is unfortunately dead or at least seems dead to me (cf. http://texwelt.de/wissen/fragen/25319/wie-bringe-ich-flyspell-babel-zum-laufen).

Crossposts: http://latex.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=32702, http://golatex.de/viewtopic,p,107348.html

  • Spell checking is an editor function, not LaTeX per se. – John Kormylo Jul 24 at 17:17
  • @JohnKormylo Sure. But questions were asked and answered here on this topic as of 2016. Has the scope of tex.se been narrowed since then in this regard? – user49915 Jul 24 at 17:45

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