Aspell dictionary change

Asus P2b-ls motherboard
October 28, 2009 at 13:50:32
Specs: Windows XP Pro, -
Hello. I'm using notepad++ which has a spellcheck plugin. that plugin uses Aspell and quite frankly I've never had so much grief with a command line in all my life.

I've sat here for an hour trying to get this to work and now I've given up. If anyone knows how, please tell me what to type *exactly* into the command line so Aspell will switch from using en_US to en_GB. I know it is supposed to be along the lines of >aspell --lang en_GB but that doesn't work nor does any variation I've tried. It just spits out an error either saying unknown action or I must specify an action.

I've very nearly broken my keyboard by headbutting it out of frustration.

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October 28, 2009 at 16:06:08
Haven't used Aspell for some time, but try:

>aspell -d en_GB

I believe the -d option specified dictionary but I could be wrong.


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November 3, 2009 at 13:19:32

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