OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Home Version 10.0.17763 Build 17763 64bit WP : 126.96.36.199B For a few editions of WP, Grammatik has blank sections in suggested new sentences and messages. Unfortunately WP does not allow cut and paste from messages etc., so the examples below are hand copied. Quote marks are added. It seems this program collapses multiple blank spaces. ! means where there is a problematic blank. " !!!!!!!!!is not in the spelling dictionary." ... "Did you mean to use !!!!!!! instead of !!!!!!!?" " !!!!!!!!! does not usually come after a form of !!!!!!!! . Try a form of !!!!!!!! instead." "Check for a possessive error in the word !!!!!!!! ." " !!!!!!!!! and !!!!!!!! are usually followed by the same structure or part of speech." " !!!!!!!!! from harm" This is an annoyance for me. But it makes it very difficult when I try to get others to use WP and Grammatik to check their writing. Has anyone found a fix?
Can you post an example where this happens? I just tried Grammatik in X9 on a one page article my wife wrote. Nothing unexpected. I added some extra spaces and ran it again. Again, nothing.
In the first example take a look at the lower panel where the wpd file contains "quik".
Next look at the bottom left of the top panel where it says "new sentence". Note the blank space between "The" and "brown".
Finally look at the bottom left of the top panel where is says "Spelling". Note the blank space before " is not in the spelling dictionary."
In the second example take a look at the lower panel where the wpd file contains "is" rather than "are".
Next look at the bottom left of the top panel where it says "new sentence". Note the blank space between "I" and "here".
Finally look at the bottom left of the top panel where is says "Subject-verb agreement". Note the blank space after "not the singular verb" and before the period.
The problematical blanks occur in the new sentences and in the explanation. In my first post I inserted exclamatio points because multiple spaces were collapsed in the inserted text.
Thank you for looking into this.