Monday, 13 February 2017

Visual Studio Spell Checker

If you have to deal with a Grammer freak Lead or manager who checks all the spellings or you are a perfectionist looking for correct spellings all the time. You can install this extention to your visual studio.

VS2017 and Later


Some features:

  • An option is available to spell check any WPF text box within Visual Studio
  • Specify one or more dictionary languages to use for spell checking. The package comes with several dictionaries for various languages.
  • Specify additional folders to search for custom dictionaries or user dictionaries.
  • Enable or disable spell checking as you type.
  • Ignore words with digits, in all uppercase, and/or in mixed case.
  • Ignore .NET and C-style format string specifiers. 
  • Ignore words that look like filenames and e-mail addresses.
  • Ignore words that look like XML elements in spell checked text.
  • Treat underscores as separators.
  • Various options for excluding specific elements of C# source code files from being spell checked.
  • Exclude files from spell checking by filename extension.
  • Specify a list of XML elements in which the content should be ignored when spell checking XML files.
  • Specify a list of XML attributes for which the value should be spell checked when spell checking XML files.
  • Specify additional folders to search for dictionaries.
  • Determine localized resource file language from the filename.
  • Configurations can be specified at any level (solution, project, folder, or file).  Options can be inherited or overridden.


You can also contribute to project on GitHub: Spell Checker GitHub

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