I am learning how to work with Emacs on Ubuntu 20.04. After going through Tutorial and using default key-bindings for some time, I have decided to test more ergonomic (at least for me) setup - that is how I ended up in Doom Emacs.
First time using Doom Emacs, I am writing notes for usage in simple text mode. I write in my native (czech) language. All text I write is highlighted as spelling error, which is kind-of annoying. Which external program is responsible for that in Doom Emacs and how can I change its spelling dictionary??
In Doom Emacs I have enabled all
:checkers options (
syntax). I have also followed this question solution: Ispell Spellcheck ; installed appropriate
ispell dictionary from
apt and restarted Emacs. I have also tryed to stop
flyspell-mode (if this would be caused by
flyspell), but the misspelling markings still persist in viewed text.
I have also tryed to
flyspell-buffer, but with no success.
When I was learning Emacs, I have been doing the same with vanilla Emacs and I have used GUI-top bar menu to set language (not sure if it was for buffer or whole application) and everything worked as expected, there were no spurious misspellings detected.
Which program is responsible in Doom Emacs, or Emacs in general, for spellchecking on-the-fly and how can its dictionary be changed?
If this site is not the right place to ask (and I should adress author directly), please, let me know in comments. My reason asking here is because I think this is not a bug in Doom Emacs, but that it is my lack of knowledge how to work with Emacs.