What if Keyman, as a way of spell-checking, made it possible for a keyboard (or lexical model) to underline words not found in the wordlist.
Some words typed have multiple matches, out of which only three will show up on the suggestion bar. A word may be correct but doesn’t show up in the suggestion. In such case, a writer has no way to ascertain whether the word he has decided to keep in the document is wrongly spelt or is among the several possibilities that did not show up. Underlining those words that are not in the wordlist can help to clear that confusion.
The Other Challenge:
For under-resourced languages, some words may be correct but are not in the wordlist due to the size of textual data crawled while generating the corpus. In that case, we expect the wordlist to be updated as more data, new words and coinages become available.
Can the Keyman team consider adding this feature of underlining words that are not in the wordlist?