New Features and Update Notes

TX Spell .NET 10.0 provides the following new features:

Support for .NET 5 and Better

With the release of .NET Core 3.0 and later versions of .NET, Windows Forms and WPF got modernized and can be used with modern .NET versions and is no longer bound to the .NET Framework. In this context, TX Spell .NET 10.0 now fully supports .NET 5, 6 and 7 (Preview). That includes the usage of NuGet packages for Windows Forms and WPF, a Visual Studio design-time and Toolbox support in Windows Forms, .NET 5, 6 and 7 compatible licensing and an easy deployment.

REP Flag Support

With TX Spell .NET 10.0 creating suggestions considers the Hunspell REP flag that is used by several dictionaries of type OpenOfficeDictionary. That flag is used to suggest the correct forms for those misspelled words whose incorrect spelling was caused by forgetting diacritical marks (e.g. 'a' instead 'ä'), using umlaut meanings ('ue' instead 'ü') or for phonetic reasons ('f' instead 'ph').

Display Name

By setting the Dictionary.DisplayName or SynonymList.DisplayName property it is now possible to display a text for a dictionary (respectively synonym list) in the options dialog or the SpellCheckDialog's SuggestionDictionaryComboBox that does not match the actual dictionary/synonym list name.