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Working with text in macOS. Tuning

AppleInsider.ru - A blog about Apple 12.04.2018 at 19:30

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Apple has long offered iOS users a variety of settings, which can be useful for typing. This set of options, such as correction of common errors, correction of words, as well as predictive dialing, is present on Mac computers. How to activate the function, and the nuances of what is, today in our article.

Go to System settings -> Keyboard -> Text.

on the left side of the application, you can configure shortcuts for quick entry of words. To add a new reduction simply by pressing "+".

on the right side of the screen there are several options:

Fix errors to Begin sentences, names and titles with capital letters And quite a useful feature: to make a point, using double-space

When you check the spelling of all the incorrect words will be underlined in red, there will also be options.

How to accept a solution?

If offered only one option, then just continue typing, the word will be automatically corrected.

How to ignore a suggestion?

it is Enough to press Esc and continue typing.

How to cancel the bug fix?

the words are highlighted with a blue line. To restore the original text, put the cursor after the fixed word – the screen will display the recovered text.

How to disable AutoCorrect?

In a specific application: go to the menu item "Edit" or "edit". Next, select "Spelling and grammar - > Correct spelling automatically". Throughout the system: remove the corresponding check box that is located under Keyboard.

the Prediction of words

unlike other settings for typing, this option is not represented in the system settings. To activate you need to use a combination of Option + Escape when typing words. In addition, there is the possibility of predicting next words. For this we again use a combination of Option + Escape and a space after the entered word.