Hi. First of all, thank you for a super fast reply.
I have updated Vivaldi to 3.3.2022.47 (Stable channel) (64-bit) and confirm the info from Gwen that I did need to had "Portuguese (Portugal)" besides having "Portuguese" already.
leave here the setup that made it work, for future users with similar issue (compare to the first post)
@Gwen-Dragon said in Spell checking fails for some words:
And your Vivaldi bug report is confirmed by me.
VB-55305 "Spellchecker not showing suggestions for common misspelled words. Russian language."
Thank you very much. 🙂
Spell checker doesn't work for me, but I have activated all needed languages.
Fedora 34 (KDE Plasma) x86_64, kernel 5.12.15-300.fc34.x86_64, Vivaldi 4.0.2312.41 (Stable channel) stable (64-bit)
UPD. Disabled Linguix extension and now it's ok.
I like @dude99 's highlight suggestion... eventually the highlight could fade after a few seconds, but I have my share of stories where autocorrect has caused trouble because it was not detected by whoever was writing...
I found that Grammerly stopped spell-check from working, but this is off-topic here.
The feature request is to make it a little easier to replace misspelled words with suggestions with double-click or select, instead of with right-click.
@sgunhouse The OP was talking about keyboard use only. If one uses Ctrl+Left/Right to navigate text, the cursor is always at the beginning of the word, not inside it. The context menu invoked from the keyboard does not show the suggestions.
@iAN-CooG It's not working. when I write "i am not happyy" in safari. Safari will autocorrect "i" to "I" and also auto correct "happyy" to "happy"
Vivaldi on mac can show red squigglys but not autocorrect or automatic show a list of suggested words.