Sorry for cross-posting this, but as there was no reaction here, I would like to set it on the agenda in this section.
The problems with this command are actually as follow
> no more chance to search a word without typing...
Please hold CTRL key while clicking at the button with the misspelled word to search and possibly filter it.
> killer issue...
The buttons got much wider in the latest update, and there are much more comfortable for one-click actions than the printed list.
The design may evolve in the future.
> Please hold CTRL key while clicking at the button with the misspelled word to search and possibly filter it.
Really wonderful, great. A small feature changes the game. However, the filter should be limited to whole words, as "Del" also finds "Handeln" etc. pp, Some typos happen in short words, so this can have indesirable effects (no exact filtering). It would not be the best solution to need the "whole words" feature in the S/R dialogue activated for this, as here the feature is necessary, while in the S/R dialogue and the quick search bar it can have bad effects.
> there are much more comfortable for one-click actions than the printed list.
Now that's true. The matrix look is however less clear than a list. Maybe a kind of marking/acknowledgement/ignore for this session (without having them added to the user dic) would be a good solution here.
> The buttons got much wider in the latest update
But not wide enough yet. Though the need with the Ctrl-click is lees important than before. German has really long words.
Maybe really long words can get a wide button that has the same width as two "normal" buttons (and not more, I assume). But I do not now whether this makes the overview even worse. Another option would be to have line breaks in words with hyphen (but pls not in those without hyphen).
Just as a note: The longest word in Polish word has 176 or infinite letters, the longest Spanish 54, English 45, French 27 and Dutch 53 or infinite, just as the German.
This is the newest form.
First I was not amused, but in the meantime I got really used to it, better than before. The "problem" is to get through it and not to lose the position after checking an item. A bit difficult for longer projects where naturally many words are spelling errors, but neither NTs nor additions for the user dic. Another plus is that now uppercase and lowercase words are mixed. For me the best solution for this feature until now.
But now indeed it is not "List words with unknown spelling" any more, but "Show words with unknown spelling".