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Check and correct spelling in various languages. There are six configurable keyboard shortcuts, but you’ll typically need to setup only between one and three. Select a word and press a shortcut — the first one will show you the word following Alfred’s spell keyword, so you’ll have a set of words to pick from for the substitution (to have it automatically switch the word in this case, you’ll need to set it up in Alfred’s preferences under Features → Dictionary). The following five will immediately replace the word with the best suggestion (using the After the Deadline service). Download | Source
Hi, after typing "define" keyword into search bar it crashes. I've noticed I can type up to letters and then it crashes hard and have to launch the app again. Anyone else experienced this? I was just testing the features when I can across this as I am a brand new user. A
Overall very satisfied Alfred user here. I just got a 2015 Macbook Pro and have encountered a slightly annoying bug on Alfred. What you were doing when the issue happened: Unable to use the "Spelling" Accessory. When type into Alfred, "define" or "spell" the app crashes when I type the second or third letter of the query. Other functions (calculator, custom searches) work fine Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same action: Happens consistently every time. One variation, though: sometimes the app crashes after typing one letter and sometimes after two. For example, I was able to type "define ba" before it crashed but it crashed immediately typing "define a." Include any screenshots that might help us: attached Include the Alfred version & build number you are using: Version 1.2 (220) Include your OS X version: Sierra 10.12.1 Thanks in advance for looking into this!
Here's a simple workflow that checks the spelling of the last typed word via the Alfred spell command. Just press the shortcut and the last word gets automatically selected and spellchecked. Select the correct spelling and hit enter to paste the correct word (you have to select "Paste word on action" in Alfred's Dictionary settings). https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3142787/Spelll.alfredworkflow If you changed the command you're using to spellcheck then you have to change this in the applescript within the workflow. It's pretty straight forward. Any suggestions are very welcome!!