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Walter Metzger
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CSE HTML Validator Dictionaries

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Good evening,

what makes me as a German user for a purpose, German ("Old" Std German) or German ("New" Std German)
use in CSE HTML Validator Pro V11.00?

Please, can someone give me a detailed depiction of this?

Thank you for an answer
and good greetings from Germany
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Hi Walter,

I inquired about this and their response was "Many years ago, a German Addict Developer created both as he said IIRC that there were two slightly different ways of German Spelling - if in doubt use the New Standard I believe..."
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Re: CSE HTML Validator Dictionaries

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Thank You Albert,

Sorry, my question was imprecise. What do I do with the German
Dictionaries (any of the 2 versions) in CSE HTML Validator Pro V11.00 on?
What can I use it?

Thank You for an answer
and good greetings from Germany
Walter (just a bit cold)
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Re: CSE HTML Validator Dictionaries

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Hi Walter,

You can download the dictionaries and put them in the correct CSE HTML Validator folder and then enable them.

The instructions to do this are here:
http://www.htmlvalidator.com/downloaddictionaries.html

In v11, choose Options->Editor Options and go to the Editor->Spell Checking page and press the More Spelling Options button.
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