I have 4 languages (dictionaries) for the grammar check in Firefox. In theory, it should help me. In practical, anything i write it is underlined in red.
Why? Because I use all four languages, but Firefox is not clever enough to understand which language i am using. So when I write, there is 75% of possibilities that the text is underlined in red.
1. I write in italian, it is underlined in red. So after few lines i change and it's not underlined.
2. I open a new site and start writing in polish. Everything is underlined in red. After few lines i manually choose the right language it and it's not underlined.
3. So i open a new site and start writing in english. Everything is underlined in red. After few lines i manually choose the right language it and it's not underlined.
4. So i open a new site and start writing in esperanto. Everything is underlined in red...
5. So i open a new site and start writing in italian. Everything is underlined in red...
This is what I do for the WHOLE DAY. All the time changing language for spell check.
For example the current text is all underlined in red; but i am to tired to change it.
SOLUTION: make possible the use of many dictionaries at the same time OR make Firefox more clever so it can understand the current language before underlining.
@igorlogius for me it shouldn't be closed, since I still have the problem.
Only one language spelling is checked ad one time. I tested on different computers.
That is, i cannot write in the same browser in different languages without selecting one of the languages. Everytime i change language, I have to select the new language, and that is exactly the same as it was before.
@igorlogiussince it's working exactly as before I wrote this idea, it should not be closed.
I have 4 languages (and dictionaries) installed, but they are not used at the same time. So I don't see the difference, sorry.
@franko, are you sure you've enabled each of the dictionaries? You do that by selecting them in the context menu under Languages. For me that looks like this:
@asadotzlerI wrote in the same day when you gave your comment but it wasn't saved somehow.
So I write it again: thanks, after your help i made it work.