InDesign 15.1.1 English dictionary missing plural word spellings
Since the update every plural word version is not in the dictionary. Simple, basic words like 'years' and 'days' now show as a spelling error. It was working fine before the latest update. Get it fixed - it's pointless having the spellchecker when so many basic words are missing!
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Absolutely unbelievable. Though to be fair, Adobe tirelessly work in some basic functionality bug every single yet.
When is this going to be fixed?
I'm spell checking large reports and this is very time consuming.
Really hope its fixed soon
Joel Goodman commented
I'm having the same issue. Also, every time I use the spellchecker; InDesign crashes. Completely disappears. Brochure/Book/Magazine publishing has become virtually useless in InDesign with this bug
I am also finding plurals are consistently being flagged as spelling errors. Any fixes yet, Adobe?
Any update please, or any response at all? This is costing us time and effort going to press every week.
Matthew Stuart commented
Yes, please update us. I have tried changing the dictionary preferences from Hunspell to Proximity, and I am now being told words that are spelled correctly are now incorrect... words that were not picked up under Hunspell settings.
Also, I have just accidentally clicked 'Flag idea as inappropriate'. SORRY! Obviously, there is nothing inappropriate about it!
Hi there. I was wondering if there were any updates on this? Thanks in advanced!
Any update on this - is it confirmed as a bug, or is there a scheduled fix?
I cannot believe this bug exists. A powerful platform that is meant to elevate content and design, holds you back and drags you down by not understanding the simple concept of a PLURAL... Ridiculous.
Filip Blazek commented
Btw. the Czech dictionary Winsoft is completely broken in CC2020: it marks all words starting with lower case letter as wrong and recommends capitalising ALL words. Unfortunately the Winsoft dictionary is the only option as both Hunspell and Proximity are really bad. I will log a separate bug.
Phil King commented
As a workaround, you can go to Preferences > Dictionary and change the Spelling dropdown from Hunspell to Proximity. Plurals then won't come up as being misspelled.
Same plural spell check bug reported here:
Please update Indesign to gix this bug. Plurals are comming up as erroneous words.
Screenshot attached, showing English (UK) Dictionary on the left returning spelling errors for plural words, versus English (USA) Dictionary on the right.
Also sometimes no longer recognises the first word within brackets, even if correctly spelt.
With the latest Indesign update (15.1), the dynamic spell-check is weirdly picking up all plurals as error. Can this be fixed please? Or if there is a preference we need to check let us know.
Nina Bailey commented
On the latest release the spell checker does not like plurals and some other words - Allows, remembers, contains, including, appears, asks, adjusting to name a few come up underlined in red since I updated to version 15.1 this morning. I am working on a proofed document and so I now the spelling were right yesterday. I have attached a screenshot to show what I mean.
Very frustrating as being dyslexic I rely heavily on the spell checking function.
Also can we also have back the auto corrections for grammar errors - ie missing caps etc, you used to right click and option appeared but vanished a couple of versions ago.