There isn't a forum for bug reports, so I am posting this here. Let me know if this is not appropriate.
In SCX, when in French or Canadian French, with interactive checking on, try the following in a CARBON application (such as Word X or BBEdit):
type "d" followed by an apostrophe followed by the circumflex accent deadkey followed by a letter that is not compatible with the circumflex accent, such as "p". You'll get this:
Now press the delete key twice to delete the "p" and the circumflex accent, and type circumflex + "etre". You'll get this:
which is perfectly correct. Now type a space. SCX will flag this as a spelling mistake, and if you look in the SCX menu, you'll see that it believes that you've typed:
without the apostrophe!
This is clearly a bug.
In COCOA applications, things are a bit different, because if you use the circumflex accent deadkey with an incompatible letter such as "p", Mac OS X inserts nothing. But SCX still "holds" the circumflex accent in memory.
Then if you type circumflex + "e" after that, you'll get this:
but SCX will flag this as a spelling mistake again, this time believing that you typed
Here again, it's buggy -- even though the behaviour is somewhat different.
In both cases, it needs to be remedied.
I stumbled upon this by mistake, of course, when doing a typo and typing a "r" instead of an "e" after the circumflex accent.
Bug Report: apostrophe + caret (^)
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