EditLive! supports creating custom dictionaries so administrators can add company specific words to the spelling checker. Mostly this is used to add words to the dictionary, however it is also possible to remove words that are not appropriate in your environment. Excluding words from the dictionary is done with the same process as adding words. The documentation has the full details, but the process simply requires adding a .tlx file to the dictionary jar. Inside that file is a list of words followed by the letter ‘i’.For example:
The ‘i’ in this line stands for ‘ignore’. In other words, it ensures the word is not flagged as an error by the spelling checker. If however you do want the word to be flagged as an error, you can use the letter ‘e’:
Even if customword was previously recognized by one of the default dictionaries, it will now be flagged as an error.
Note that to successfully remove files from the dictionary your custom .tlx file must be the first file in the jar archive. In most cases the jar file is created in alphabetical order, so calling your custom file ‘acustom.tlx’ rather than the ‘userdic.tlx’ suggested in the documentation is usually sufficient. If your using command line tools to create the jar file, specify your custom dictionary as the first argument.