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 ==== HunSpell Prerequisite ==== ==== HunSpell Prerequisite ====
  
-Mystic uses the Hunspell engine to assist in the capabilities described above.  Hunspell is the same engine used by many very well known products such as the OS X operating system, Open Office, FireFox, and Chrome to name a few.  Because of its wide usage, there are many existing dictionaries available for many different languages and dialects of languages.+Mystic uses the Hunspell engine to assist in the capabilities described above.  Hunspell is the same engine used by many very well known products such as macOS, Open Office, FireFox, and Chrome to name a few.  Because of its wide usage, there are many existing dictionaries available for many different languages and dialects of languages.
  
 If English is your native language, then you will easily find dictionaries for US, Canadian, UK, and Australian dialects of English.  The same holds true for many languages. If English is your native language, then you will easily find dictionaries for US, Canadian, UK, and Australian dialects of English.  The same holds true for many languages.
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  for the 64-bit version, Mystic will be looking for the libhunspell64.dll.  for the 64-bit version, Mystic will be looking for the libhunspell64.dll.
        
- Copy the apropriate .dll into the root Mystic directory or somewhere else+ Copy the appropriate .dll into the root Mystic directory or somewhere else
  in your Windows system that is configured in a way that will allow Mystic to  in your Windows system that is configured in a way that will allow Mystic to
  find it on startup.  find it on startup.
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 Linux: Linux:
  
- In Linux, Mystic looks for the existance of "libhunspell.so" somewhere in a+ In Linux, Mystic looks for the existence of "libhunspell.so" somewhere in a
  common library path.  For Ubuntu, this could already be installed by default  common library path.  For Ubuntu, this could already be installed by default
  and Mystic may work out of the box without any installation other than  and Mystic may work out of the box without any installation other than
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 Mac OSX: Mac OSX:
  
- OS X uses libhunspell itself, so every version of OS X comes with hunspell+ macOS uses libhunspell itself, so every version of macOS comes with hunspell
  already installed.  However, this is an older version of Hunspell (1.2.0)  already installed.  However, this is an older version of Hunspell (1.2.0)
  while the current versions are in the 1.4.X iterations.  while the current versions are in the 1.4.X iterations.
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  Regardless of if you've just installed Hunspell or you want to use the default  Regardless of if you've just installed Hunspell or you want to use the default
- OS X version, you'll need to locate where the Hunspell library is installed:+ macOS version, you'll need to locate where the Hunspell library is installed:
        
  sudo find /usr -name libhunspell*.dylib  sudo find /usr -name libhunspell*.dylib
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 http://hunspell.github.io http://hunspell.github.io
  
-http://google.com 
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 Remember, you only need a .dic and a .aff for the language and dialect you want to use, and only the .dic file for any secondary languages you may wish to use. Remember, you only need a .dic and a .aff for the language and dialect you want to use, and only the .dic file for any secondary languages you may wish to use.
  
-Once you have the .dic and .aff file of the primary language you want, then copy them into the DATA directory as "directory.aff" and "dictionary.dic" and you'll be ready to go.+Once you have the .dic and .aff file of the primary language you want, then copy them into the DATA directory as "dictionary.aff" and "dictionary.dic" and you'll be ready to go.
  
 There are some additional optional things to know about as well.  You probably want to copy the wordlist.txt included in the package into your DATA directory: There are some additional optional things to know about as well.  You probably want to copy the wordlist.txt included in the package into your DATA directory:
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