Steps to reproduce
I enabled spellcheck and selected English (USA).
The spellcheck to work and highlight mistakes. The dictionary not to be empty
Dictionary empty. No spellcheck
- Debug info:
Obsidian version: v0.15.9
Installer version: v0.14.15
Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.22000
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: light
Community theme: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 7
Plugins enabled: 7
1: Local REST API v1.3.9
2: Prominent Starred Files v0.0.2
3: Stille v1.2.1
4: Icon Folder v1.3.31
5: Advanced Tables v0.17.3
6: NoteTweet🐦 v0.4.3
7: Templater v1.12.0
The spellcheck dictionary contains user defined words. It’s normal to be empty at the beginning.
Thanks for the explanations. I just noticed that sometimes the spellcheck highlights are visible in the notes but if I change note and come back to the original one they disappear. Sometimes they come back after 30 seconds automatically.
If I scroll a note with some spellcheck highlights sometimes the highlight disappear.
The behavior is not consistent at all and it is very slow.
I just noticed that today, after enabling spellcheck, Obsidian CPU usage is often spiking a lot slowing down my computer. Usually it is around 5% but today it is often over 40%
I am not sure I understand your issue or if tehre is a problem at all.
Post a screen recording of this happening with default themes and restricted mode active.
Attach a copy of the note that causes this.
Also report the output of “show debug info” command (from command palette) and you computer specs.
Spell checking can take over 20 seconds to start on a note I just opened. It’s especially annoying, as I can’t know if there are no mistakes, or just the spellcheck hasn’t kicked in yet. Only checking the part of the note you are on also makes this worse, I have to wait after every scroll.
And I also noticed CPU spikes when I enabled spellcheck.
I have the same problem, I need to disable and enable spell check to verify correctly.
I’m running Obsidian 1.1.9 on Windows 10. Spellcheck is not working at all: