In my noble role as moderator of this blog (and even before, in Let's Use Linux) I have seen
faults spelling horrors, both in the writing of the articles and in the comments, which have perplexed me. In this sense, I think this trick can be very useful to improve our command of the language. The harsh reality is that not knowing how to express ourselves correctly in our own language puts us at a disadvantage.
By default, Firefox is configured to check spelling automatically. You can enable or disable this feature by going to Preferences> Advanced> General. Once there, select the option Check spelling as you type.
Then, you have to right click on the text box in which you are writing and enable the Check spelling option (in case it is not enabled). Finally, once again right click on the text box and select the corresponding language.
More info in the help manuals of Mozilla.
In Chromium / Chrome
1. Click on the Chrome menu, which appears on the browser toolbar.
2. Choose Settings> Show advanced options.
3. In the section Languages, click Language and text input settings.
4. In the dialog box Languages, select the check box Enable orthographic revision to turn the spell checker on or off.
5. If you want to use the spell checker, select the relevant language from the list and click Use this language for the spell checker on the right. If the language is not included, add it as one of your "preferred languages". There is a possibility that the language you add does not have a spell-checking dictionary. In that case, you will not be able to use the spell checker in that language.
Bonus tip: if you use the web in multiple languages, you can easily change the dictionary language as you type. Just make sure these languages are included in the preferred languages list in the settings dialog of the Language. Then right click on the text box where you are typing and select Spell checker options and the language you prefer.
For more information, I recommend reading the help manuals of Google.
Yapa: the most common mistakes
1. It is said that Excellent (with "xc"), no excellent.
2. Haya, there y find.
Haya (from the verb have): so that beech probabilities, you have to study.
There (place): that's more there of any doubt
Halla (find): You find here!
3. It is said that going (with "and"), not going.
4. Go y Municipality.
Go (from the verb go): so that I go to school it needs to rain
Valla (the one you jump): yesterday I ran 100 m. with fences.
5. Tubo y had.
Had (from the verb have): had chickenpox
Tube (container): tube from the light it burned
6. Second person imperfect
Your voice said, you danced, did you go out. You didn't say, you danced, you went out
7. Why - because
Why (interrogative):Why are we linuxers like this? I don't know, nobody knows well why.
Because (explanation): We are like this because we could not be otherwise.
8. Done - threw out
Done (from the verb to do): is done.
Echo (from the verb to throw, means to throw): where threw out The trash?
9. Vast y enough
Vast (means "large"): a region very wide.
Enough (means "no more"): ¡enough from making spelling mistakes!
10. Last syllable of the verbs conjugated with us.
It is wrong to use "let's respect ourselves" or "let's respect each other", the correct thing to say is "let's respect ourselves".
Anyway, guys, ladies: I'm not asking you to be Cervantes, or even to be fundamentalists of accents or commas, but, as a friend would say, "a piece of culture!"
Anyway, you can leave your comments, puteadas and points of view.