Autocorrect anything with Google as a go-to spell check

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  • hunspell

    The most popular spellchecking library.

  • You mentioned kinda like a con the online requirement, if you're interested in an offline method, try Hunspell. Otherwise, I just come up with this, is based on Google Suggestions API (even tho is not public):

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  • AHK-auto-complete

    Use AHK to suggest and complete words from a trained dictionary as you type.

  • I'm more of a keyboard-only kind of guy. If I had to use something, most likely will be very minimal, something like this autocomplete will make sense. I liked when the owner of the repo shared it, but never get around to use it.

  • cJson.ahk

    AutoHotkey JSON library using embedded C for high performance

  • Yes, I downloaded this and JSON.ahk. Both are stored in the same folder with the Google script above as AHK files in the same folder.

  • misspell

    Correct commonly misspelled English words in source files

  • Sorry for disappearing for a day. Meanwhile, I found a few lists (missplell was the big one) and combined them into a single list gofile.io/d/ll1End – 38930 lines. This many hotstrings still work pretty fast.

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