I have no idea if this is a common occurrence, but when I’ve made signs in the past, I’d make the one that shows the text of the first sentence in the dictionary before I actually started writing.
How often do you use autocorrect? Is it a thing I should worry about or is there anyway to disable it?
I have two question, that might be answered by people who know more about autocorrect.
i. Are autocorrect settings per-user? If I don’t want to use it, should I disable it globally as well? As the language might change in the long-term?
ii. If I don’t want to change it, which would be a better solution, if we can enable autocorrect globally, or if I need to customize it to my liking?
So, I’ve looked at all of the available options and found the default settings (and the settings that I want to see on my sign) by typing in “autocorrect” on the Google search bar. If I don’t want to use it, I should probably disable it globally. I don’t know if it’ll be global for every account, so I just want to make sure that everything works the same.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions or suggestions on how to improve this.
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