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Bugs and and Rule Suggestions


(gvk) #1

Issue 1:
The following sentences give warnings, even though they are correct:

I choose uniform objects.
I can afford uniform objects.

Apparently, uniform is assumed to be a verb here, but it is an adjective.

Issue 2:
The following sentences give warnings, even though they are correct:

It has an advantage compared to objects that make something.
It has an advantage compared to approaches that make something.
It is compared to objects that make something.

Suggestion:
Languagetool should detect when the word straightforward is misspelled as straight-forward or straight forward.

Could someone look into these? Thank you very much.


(Daniel Naber) #2

Thanks for your report. I've added the examples at https://github.com/languagetool-org/languagetool/issues/343 so they don't get lost. As there's nobody who maintains LanguageTool's support for English, I cannot estimate when/if someone will take care of this.