LanguageTool is a multilingual grammar, style, and spell checker
- Similar to Grammarly
- Unlike Grammarly, LanguageTool is open source and cares about the user privacy. Language Tool also supports multiple languages.
- It would be awesome to have a plugin that integrates LanguageTool.org with Logseq
Examples of existing plugins/add-ons for various applications
- many of these are open source and could be used as a foundation such as the Obsidian LanguageTool Plugin
I just started using language tool myself and would love to have it in logseq! Great idea!!
I didn’t know LanguageTool. It’s great.
Thanks for the tip.
Thanks so much for introducing us to this excellent tool.
I just installed it on my Windows 10. While playing around, I found it created a system-wide shortcut
ctrl+q. It lets you check any selected text on any program. After you select some text on any program and do
ctrl+q, the selected text will show up on the LanguageTool Windows app.
Not the same as using it directly on Logseq, but I’m content with how this works.
It’s been a while, but I still wanted to upvote this request. It would be very interesting to use LanguageTool in Logseq.
I forgot to register in this thread that I opened an issue in the languageetool repository about the plugin and it was categorized by a maintainer
it doesn’t sound to me like it was prioritized, but now they are aware that logseq has demand for a plugin
Apparently nobody has started working on this, I am investing time in writing this plugin
I invite everyone who is interested in contribute
yeah, it’s unfortunate. Good luck, and I can’t wait to test it!
There is a plugin for Grammary, but I couldn’t get it to work even with a premium account; so I wouldn’t rely on its code if you were planning to.