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Use this dialog to configure the properties of the translation language. To show this dialog right click the language column header in the grid and choose Properties
Specifies the spelling and grammar properties of the column.
|Check spelling||If checked, then Soluling checks the spelling and visually shows spelling errors with a red underline.|
|Check grammar||If checked, then Soluling checks the grammar and visually shows grammar errors with a green underline.|
Click Ignored Words to edit the list of ignored words. Click Dictionary to edit the custom dictionary.
Specifies input properties.
|Auto keyboard||If checked, Soluling turns on the keyboard (if installed) matching to the column language.|
|Auto IME||If checked, Soluling turns on the input method editor (if any) used by the column language. Only some Asian languages (Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) use the input method editor.|
Specifies the font that is used to draw the column. Check Use default font if you want the default font of the grid. Uncheck Use default font if you want to use a custom font only for this column.
Specifies the formality of the translations. This is currently used only with certain machine translation engines such as DeepL. Possible values are:
|Default||The machine translation engine uses the default formality of that language.|
|Formal||The machine translation engine uses more formal translations.|
|Informal||The machine translation engine uses less formal translations.|
Specifies the DeepL glossary that is used with this language whenever DeepL is used.
Set the relative language that is used in the language fallback.
Specifies the source language that is used in the translate process.
Specifies the reading order used when drawing column text. This is visible only when the language of the column uses the right to left reading order (e.g., Arabic and Hebrew). Possible values are:
|Left to right|
|Right to left|