Rated 4.1 out of 5
4.1 Stars out of 5
- by Říčanský, 12 years agoRated 5 out of 5Two versions are very useful. It is really clever that there is also a version without the diacritical marks. True, this is "wrong" Czech, but if you work from, say USA set computer, and write in ASCII to be sure about delivery to another computer, this is great help. Although I consider myself a good speller, I found a few mistakes I was consistently making. As seems to be the case with other Czech spellers using the diacritical marks, the hints for misspelled word often miss two similar words, differing by a diacritical mark. Also, a hint to replace "y" for "z" (flipped on the Czech keyboard) would be a nice feature.
- by cristian.klein, 12 years agoRated 4 out of 5I'm not a Czech, so consider my opinion an outside view. I find it really lame to have two dictionaries, one with diacritics and one without. There is only one way of correctly writing Czech. Why would anybody who writes without diacritics (i.e. incorrectly) bother using a spell checker in the first place?