it would be so COOL if we could withdraw the last "ADD to DICTIONARY" command ( = when we click on the "ADD to Dictionary" button)
every once in a while you will make this mistake to hit "ADD to DICTIONARY" when you shouldn't, and from here it is very hard to get back to normal...
a "withdraw" aka "withdraw last word added" would solve the situation easily..
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an "edit dictionary" button -- here and not only via "options" --- would also be GREAT..
Steps to Reproduce:
1. when spell checking you hit "add to dictionary"
2. you want to redo it..
you have to go to OPTIONS / select a dictionary / click EDIT
a button like "redo" or "withdraw" would be GREAT
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I suport this idea! But let's also ask Design Team.
How about adding the function to the undo stack? Meaning ctrl+Z removes the entry from the dictionary and ctrl+Y (redo) adds it again.
Adjusted the summary accordingly from "WRITER, a new function "withdraw" or "redo", to withdraw the last applied "ADD to DICTIONARY" in spell checking"