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 ==== Installing HunSpell ==== ==== Installing HunSpell ====
  
-In order for spell checking to enable, Hunspell must be installed and at least one dictionary must exist in Mystic's data directory.+In order for spell checking to enable, Hunspell must be installed and at least one dictionary must exist in Mystic's data directory.  This section covers the installation of the HunSpell library.
  
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 After HunSpell is installed, other steps must be followed on the Mystic side to enable spell checking: After HunSpell is installed, other steps must be followed on the Mystic side to enable spell checking:
  
-Mystic's spell checker requires that dictionary files "dictionary.aff" and "dictionary.dic" exist in the DATA irectory.  These can be any valid ISPELL or HUNSPELL dictionary file of your chosen language.+Mystic's spell checker requires that dictionary files "dictionary.aff" and "dictionary.dic" exist in the DATA directory.  These can be any valid ISPELL or HUNSPELL dictionary file of your chosen language.
  
 These files determine the "primary" language and the language rules that will be applied to the spell checker. These files determine the "primary" language and the language rules that will be applied to the spell checker.
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 http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/dictionaries/tree http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/dictionaries/tree
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 http://hunspell.github.io http://hunspell.github.io
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 http://google.com http://google.com
   
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 This file can exist in the DATA directory and it can contain words that will be added into the dictionary regardless of what dictionaries are being used. This file can exist in the DATA directory and it can contain words that will be added into the dictionary regardless of what dictionaries are being used.
  
-This file is helpful to prevent common BBS related acrynyms and the sort of words that would not normally be found in an official dictionary, and the package includes a WORDLIST.TXT already for you with some common terms.  This will continued to be built upon as new words are noticed.+This file is helpful to prevent common BBS related acronyms and the sort of words that would not normally be found in an official dictionary, and the package includes a WORDLIST.TXT already for you with some common terms.  This will continued to be built upon as new words are noticed.
  
 Blank lines are skipped and any line that begins with a semi-colon (;) will also be ignored, so that comments can be made in the file if desired. Blank lines are skipped and any line that begins with a semi-colon (;) will also be ignored, so that comments can be made in the file if desired.
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 === DICTLIST.TXT === === DICTLIST.TXT ===
  
-This optional file contains a list of secondary .dic files that will be loaded after the primary language.  This allows works from a different language to be included into the primary dictionaty and language rules.  For example, you may have a primary French dictionary, with an English secondary word list.+This optional file contains a list of secondary .dic files that will be loaded after the primary language.  This allows works from a different language to be included into the primary dictionary and language rules.  For example, you may have a primary French dictionary, with an English secondary word list.
  
 In this file, blank lines are ignored as well as any line which begins with a semi-colon (;).  If just a filename (ie french.dic) is referenced, Mystic will look in the DATA directory for the file, but a full directory name can be included here as well.  The "@ROOT@" code will be replaced with the root Mystic BBS if it is found, ie: "c:\mystic\", etc.  For example: In this file, blank lines are ignored as well as any line which begins with a semi-colon (;).  If just a filename (ie french.dic) is referenced, Mystic will look in the DATA directory for the file, but a full directory name can be included here as well.  The "@ROOT@" code will be replaced with the root Mystic BBS if it is found, ie: "c:\mystic\", etc.  For example:
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 === Suggestion Delay === === Suggestion Delay ===
  
-By default this is set to true, which causes Mystic to wait until the user does not type for around a half of a second before it will try to auto suggest words.  However, if you are on a faster system, you may prefer to remote the delay which causes Mystic to perform instant suggestions.+By default this is set to true, which causes Mystic to wait until the user does not type for around a half of a second before it will try to auto suggest words.  However, if you are on a faster system, you may prefer to remove the delay which will cause Mystic to perform instant suggestions.  Instant suggestions will require a much faster CPU.
  
 ==== TROUBLESHOOTING ==== ==== TROUBLESHOOTING ====
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