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I was hoping this could be easy, but it's not. I need to add the Czech spelling dictionary to Mathematica.

  1. I copied the two files: cs_CZ.aff and cs_CZ.dic in to the /Applications/Mathematica.app/Contents/SystemFiles/Components/SpellingData

  2. I opened the file "SpellingData.m" and added there the "Czech" -> "cs_CZ" like it's done with other languages.

  3. I went into the Option inspector and Global Options -> System configuration -> Dictionaries and added there the necessary associations.

However, I still cannot make it work, i.e. it still underlines everything red when I write in Czech.

Do you have any idea how to make it work?

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  • $\begingroup$ Here is a similar question. $\endgroup$ Commented Mar 20, 2021 at 3:28
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    $\begingroup$ Sorry, but I don't need adding individual words, it's rather how to get. Mathematica to realise there is a Czech dictionary. Because the language is not offered in the Option inspector -> Formatting options -> Text content options -> Default natural language. $\endgroup$
    – Jiri
    Commented Mar 20, 2021 at 7:12

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After contacting Wolfarm support, I got the following answer:

"Hello Jiri, Our developers have confirmed that it is not possible to add other languages in Mathematica. However, I have filed a suggestion report to include a feature that would enable users to add other languages in future versions of Mathematica. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us."

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  • $\begingroup$ Is there an update to this? Can one add other dictionaries? I find that the default dictionary is missing many common words (e.g."crystals"). I could edit FileName[{$UserBaseDirectory, "Paclets", "Repository", "SpellingData-1.0.13", "SpellingDictionaries"} by hand, but I don't know what the format is. It is full of lines like: crystallization/2 1 crystallize/6 1 crystallographer/10 1 crystallographic crystallography 1 crystal 1, but I don't know what the syntax means $\endgroup$ Commented May 14 at 14:39

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