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We are drafting the Deuterocanonical books. Esther Greek is a learning curve. For the alternate verses, we are following the RSV. So, Esther Greek chapter 4 vs 18 begins as

\cp 13
\p \v 18 \vp8\vp* [then the text]

It appears that anything within that verse following \vp* isn’t spell checked. The spell check is selected for the project and misspelled words do appear underlined when the \vp marker is not applied. However, I am understanding that we need the alternate verse number markers.

Is there a way to have the text spell checked while using the \vp…\vp* markers?

Thank you!

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You have found a bug in the displaying of spelling status in the text window - please use the “Give feedback” item on the Help menu to make a problem report.

In the meantime, you may want to open the Word List for the project and use it to find misspelled words. You can filter the list so only incorrect or unknown words in the current chapter, section or verse will be displayed.

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