Permanently Disable Spelling and Grammar Check on Mac OS X

Spelling and Grammar Check is probably one of the most disturbing settings default of Mac OS XEspecially if users do not constantly write in one language.

Spelling-and-Grammar

Highlighted with red writing in texts TextEdit and other applications is pretty annoying and even if it can be disabled, the option Spelling and Grammar se automatically reactivates After reopening the application and / or operating system after restart.
To permanently disable "Spelling and Grammar Check "will have to be very careful about the next steps.

1. To permanently turn off spelling checking and for all languages ​​in all applications on Mac OS X, you have to go to System> Library> Services and find application AppleSpell.service.
AppleSpell.service contains packages that deal with the verification and spelling.

2. Right click and select AppleSpell.service Show Package Contents

Show-Package-Contents

3. Under the folder "Contents"Find"Resources". All you need to do to permanently disable Spelling and Grammar it is to rename this folder (in Resources.disable, for example).

Resources-Language-Disabled

Command in the terminal:
sudo mv / System / Library / Services / AppleSpell.service / Contents / Resources / System / Library / Services / AppleSpell.service / Contents / Resources.disabled

4. After you rename the folder "Resources" restart the AppleSpell.service with the help Activity Monitor. Double-click on AppleSpell.service & Quit.

AppleSpell-Restart-Activity-Utility

Now checking and correcting spelling is disabled for all applications on Mac OS X. To activate this option in place, you have to rename the folder "Resources.disable " in "Resources".

Note: Tutorial tested on Snow Leopard and OS X 10.9.1 Mavericks.

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Permanently Disable Spelling and Grammar Check on Mac OS X

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