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  • There are a lot of useful features. Documentation is small but accurate. Some reviewers apperently did not take the time to dive into the docs. Some of the dictionaries are lagging behind. Some affix files are made too complex to uderstand easily. Nevertheless a perfect tool.

  • No serious help anywhere, dictionaries are all outdated, no single help on how to write the .aff rules, or even what they stand for, how can you expect people to keep dictionaries up-to-date if they can nowhere find the layout & meaning of the files.... CRAP, hopefully a worthy replacement soon.

  • Very primitive software. The dictionaries are incomplete and obsolete, and the spellchecking algorithm is very primitive. It misses most of the features implemented by commercial software, such as compound words support, multi-word checking, etc.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Thanks for Hunspell, it's good!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Thanks for updates ;)

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • Windows users would like a ready-to-run binary.

  • Thanks for updates ;)

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • very good project, thanks!

  • Good and useful software

  • This is an AWESOME piece of software!!!

  • great software! :)

  • really great tool

  • very good software, works for Win and Unix archive

  • This program is great.

  • Thanks for sharing this wonderful Open Source Project with us. I use and love it.

  • Never had any problems with it. Highly recommended!

  • Simply great!

  • Need program, very practical.

  • Good software

  • very good project

  • Best Spell Checker and Hyphenation Library out there

  • Good spellchecker. Easy to create your own dictionary.

  • along with a few million openoffice users... :) It's quite easy to build your own dictionary.