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Ignore line break characters in spelling QA

I wonder if there's a way to ignore \nline \nbreak characters in the spelling QA, since they appear quite often in strings files.


Also, would it be possible for the spell checker to treat non-breaking hyphens as regular hyphens?


Did you see this: https://cafetran.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/6000042585 ? And also: https://sourceforge.net/projects/hunspell/files/Hunspell/Documentation/ you can probably have the two strings making words ignored. Perhaps even let Hunspell present suggestions if missspelled. Perhaps you'll have temporarily replace them with unique characters, like _ and another. Short: you'll have to modify a Hunspell settings file.

Thanks for the links, but how do I go about editing the Hunspell settings file?

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