Lokalise automatically checks spelling and grammar in the editor as you upload or update phrases.

Spelling and grammar mistakes in the editor

If a spelling or grammatical error was found, it will be highlighted for you:

Click the highlighted error to see possible corrections. Click Add to dictionary to create a spelling exception for the current project. Existing exceptions can be managed in the project settings.

To disable spelling and grammar check, disable the corresponding option in the top menu:

QA check

If a mistake was found, you will also see a warning from the quality assurance checker:

Click Ignore this to hide the warning.

This QA check can be disabled for the entire project in the project settings under the QA checks tab:

Note that this check has three escalation levels:

  • Off — this check is completely disabled.

  • Warning — if a mistake is found, you'll be notified about it as shown in the screenshot above). However, you'll still be able to save the translation.

  • Error — if translation contains a mistake, you won't be able to save it in the editor unless the mistake is fixed.

Supported languages

We are using LanguageTool to check spelling. Currently this service supports the following languages (please note that for some languages suggestions for misspellings are not supported):

  • Arabic

  • Asturian

  • Belarusian

  • Breton

  • Catalan (Valencian)

  • Chinese

  • Danish

  • Dutch

  • English (Australian, Canadian, GB, New Zealand, South African, US)

  • Esperanto

  • French

  • Galician

  • German (Austria, Germany, Swiss)

  • Greek

  • Irish

  • Italian

  • Japanese

  • Khmer

  • Persian

  • Polish

  • Portuguese (Angola, Brazil, Mozambique, Portugal)

  • Romanian

  • Russian

  • Slovak

  • Slovenian

  • Spanish

  • Swedish

  • Tagalog

  • Tamil

  • Ukrainian

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