Antidote 11 User Guide

User Guide / Settings / Corrector Settings / Exclusions Panel

Exclusions Panel of the Corrector Settings

Ignore text between the following tags:

It may be useful to exclude certain passages from the corrector’s analysis. You may want to do this, for example, in the case of a mathematical formula, or for some “hidden” text in certain writing software. By enclosing a passage within the tags of your choice, you can force the corrector to ignore it.

  • This setting is disabled by default.

Exclude the following character sequences:

You can tell Antidote to exclude certain character sequences from correction. This can be useful if you use certain sequences to tag or structure your text. The “+” and “-” buttons allow you to add or delete character sequences.

  • This setting is not enabled by default. For other settings relating to email-specific exclusions, see the next section on the Anti-Oops! Panel.