Version: 2.0.4 || Release Date: 2006-07-31 || License: Charityware Developer: Anton Leuski | App Owner: gaba

cocoAspell is created as a service provider for the system-wide spelling services on Mac OS X. It means that any Mac OS X application that uses system's spell checking APIs can take advantage of Aspell's features. For example, Mail, OmniWeb, Project Builder, and TextEdit can use Aspell's ability to check spelling in different languages.

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This is really useful: it makes all the 70+ Aspell dictionaries available to you, via the system-wide spelling feature. CocoAspell made it easy for me to spellcheck Vietnamese. Note: you do need to install the Aspell dictionary for each language required. The CocoAspell homepage has clear directions.

I do not know how to use that software. It is supposed to work out of the box, but I don't know how to switch the language.

Sometimes it dosen't work when switching dicionaries and sometimes it takes forever to load suggestions when right-clicking a misspelled word. The only option (AFAIK) for getting systemwide spellchecking in Danish and it works most of the time.

Sweet, this thing fixes the lack of a norwegian dictionary in OSX.