When scanning a scene I often chose "ignore" or "disable rule". Yet when I reload the scene the errors return. Shouldn't they be saved and not checked again?
It would be nice if the "ignore" button would apply to all instances of that item, not just the first time the perceived error is noticed. Made-up words are common in fantasy and sci fi, so it's really important to have the grammar checker ignore them--because they turn up a LOT. Thanks!
I have been complaining about this for over a year. It just happened...again...after the most recent update. They do not care that this feature does not work. It won't ever be fixed. I've canceled my subscription and will stick with Grammarly.
"Ignore rule" NEVER works, even while editing the same doc.
It's very frustrating.
This issue has been alive for 4 months. Seriously?
When I select the option to `Disable Rule`, I get a warning that disabling the rule is permanent. How "permanent" are we talking about here?
Will I be able to un-disable the rule again later? If yes, where do I go to remove the rule disabling?
Will the rule be disabled for every single document, or just the current document?
I see this comment was 10 months ago. This is STILL a serious bug in PWA. How can this be hard to fix?
I guess since it was identified long ago, PWA has no intention of fixing it.
Really, really bad. This will send me back to Grammerly.
This really does suck. What's the point of a feature like this if it never works? Complete waste of time.
This will be coming in the next few months
By "this" do you mean previously ignored errors won't reappear or disabled rules will checked during processing? I'm hoping the answer it both because both are equally annoying.
The bug is still here after 2 years. If you don't intend to fix it, please disclose it BEFORE taking people's money.