Guys, after using Spell Catcher for over a decade and loving every bit of it, the facts are it's time to make a change.
Yes SC does work in Yosemite, but it is very inconsistent. First you have to input it on the menu to get it to run, but the cardinal sin has been in interactive mode it would mis-spell names. A lot of it had to do with replacing the bad word, it would pick the middle of the word to do it and was a mess.
So I found myself wasting time getting it to run good so I started to look around.
Have found that Grammarian has the same capabilities in spell checking and doing it on the fly. I also like the grammar part of it and frankly have found the replacement for Spell Catcher.
Feel that I have been loyal to Spell Catcher, it's been over two years since Evan Gross passed away and it's becoming obvious that this company was a one man band and nobody else is coming to the top in taking over. it from Gross Each update that Apple comes out with we all have to hold our breath to see if Spell Catcher will still work and frankly it's time for us to get off this death march. I can't see Spell Catcher ever being the way it use to be and with Grammarian out there and trying to get better, it's time for a change.
Wish it didn't have to be this way but it is. Guess that's a lesson to those that write programs and sell it, you dying could spell the end of the program and put all your customers in a pickle. I am now worried about another program, Panaroma, which I have used for close to 20 years, but just like Spell Catcher it's own by the developer who is doing everything. Hope he doesn't get hit by a bus anytime soon.
So I thank Evan Gross for producing a great product and very disappointed to move forward to another package.