Custom dictionaries are available for all customers who have either trial or paid subscription to Cloud WebSpellChecker Services.
Good to know:
- You can manage custom dictionaries in WebSpellChecker Cloud version using a customer account panel at webspellchecker.net website. It allows an administrator of a subscription to create, edit, enable/disable, and delete custom dictionary(-ies) via simple user interface.
- Custom dictionaries are language-dependent. It is possible to create multiple custom dictionaries for the same language.
- There is no specific limit set on the total number of custom dictionaries that can be added to a single subscription. However, there is a limit set for a size of a single custom dictionary. It is two million symbols including spaces and commands.
3. Getting Started with Custom Dictionaries
To get started with the custom dictionary functionality:
- Locate the Dictionaries section on the main page of your account and add a new dictionary. As soon as new dictionary is added, it will be displayed on the list of your custom dictionaries.
4. Create a Custom Dictionary
4.1. Navigate to the Dictionaries section and click Add Custom Dictionaries.
4.2. Fill in all the necessary fields to create a new custom dictionary and click Save.
- Type a dictionary name;
- Add or copy/paste the words separated by space or comma that you want to appear in the dictionary.
The maximum allowed size of a single custom dictionary is two million symbols including spaces and commas.
- Select a language to apply a new custom dictionary for. The words from this custom dictionary will be used to extend the default wordlist of a chosen language dictionary.
- Choose to enable the state of a custom dictionary by selecting Enabled option in the State area.
4.3. Apply the changes made to the service configuration on your web page or web app.
- Once the dictionary is created, a unique dictionary ID will be assigned to your custom dictionary.
Product Integration Custom Dictionary Parameter SCAYT plugin for CKEditor 4 config.scayt_customDictionaryIds = 'DicId' WSC plugin for CKEditor 4 config.wsc_customDictionaryIds: 'DicId' SCAYT plugin for Froala Editor customDictionaryIds: 'DicId' WProofreader (integration with HTML Editable Controls, WYSIWYG editors)
Custom Dictionary Parameter
SCAYT plugin for CKEditor 4
config.scayt_customDictionaryIds = 'DicId'
WSC plugin for CKEditor 4
SCAYT plugin for Froala Editor
WProofreader (integration with HTML Editable Controls, WYSIWYG editors)
4.4. Verify if the custom dictionary functionality works correctly:
- Before trying to test a new custom dictionary, it is strongly recommended to clean your browser cache.
- Go to your web page and enter a sentence or a list of words that have been added with a new custom dictionary. The words that are present in your custom dictionary should be considered as correct. Moreover, if you try to misspell any of these words, your should get a correct word as a suggestion for correction in a correction box.
5. Edit a Custom Dictionary
5.1. To edit a custom dictionary, navigate to the Dictionaries section and click List of Custom Dictionaries. This page displays the list of all available custom dictionaries.
5.2. Select the dictionary you want to modify (e.g. add new words) and click Edit on the dictionary page.
5.3. Modify the required fields (e.g. add new words) and click Save.
6. Delete a Custom Dictionary
6.1. Navigate to the Dictionaries section and click List of Custom Dictionaries. This page displays the list of all available custom dictionaries.
6.2. Select the dictionary you want to delete and on the dictionary page click Delete and confirm your choice.
6.3. Apply the changes made to the service configuration on your web page or web app (see more details on section 4.3).