New plugins for ONLYOFFICE: LanguageTool and Grammalecte

23 August 2021 By Nadya 2 648
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Good news everyone!

We’ve just released new plugins that will help you correct grammar and spelling mistakes. You can install them manually to ONLYOFFICE Docs and the desktop editors.

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About LanguageTool and Grammalecte plugins

LanguageTool plugin brings integration with the popular multilingual grammar checker. With its help, you can correct texts in English, German, Spanish, French, and more than 20 other languages. Download plugin on GitHub

New plugins for ONLYOFFICE: LanguageTool and Grammalecte
Grammalecte plugin allows checking French grammar and typography using the eponymous open-source tool. Download plugin on GitHub

New plugins for ONLYOFFICE: LanguageTool and Grammalecte

How to use

  1. Go to the Plugins tab and click on the checker you want to use — LanguageTool or Grammalecte.
  2. Select the text you want to be corrected or insert it manually into the field on the left panel. Click Check.
  3. Choose the corrections to be applied to your text. They will appear in the text in the field on the left panel.
  4. To replace the selected text in your document with the corrected text from the field, click Replace.

How to install

Download the plugin you want to use from GitHub as a ZIP (LanguageTool // Grammalecte) archive and then follow the instruction for the solution you use.

For server solutions

Unzip the archive and put the folder with the plugin code to ONLYOFFICE Document Server folder:

  • For Linux – /var/www/onlyoffice/documentserver/sdkjs-plugins/.
  • For Windows – %ProgramFiles%\ONLYOFFICE\DocumentServer\sdkjs-plugins\.

For desktop editors

  • Unzip the archive you downloaded from GitHub.
  • Archive the plugin files (not the folder). The archive must contain config.json, index.html, and pluginCode.js.
  • Change the file extension to .plugin.
  • Go to the Plugins tab, click Manage Plugins >> Add plugin, browse for the .plugin file.

For the cloud version

Turn your plugin into a browser extension. Currently, it works for Chrome users only.

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Comments (2)
  1. Craig Ephraim - Reply
    November 16, 2021 at 9:54 pm

    Hi, Nadya.

    I have been discussing options with Leo.
    Is Grammalecte just for French grammar correction?

    Grammarly now has a Text Editor SDK: https://developer.grammarly.com/docs/demo

    Any chance you guys will be integrating this soon?

    • Ksenija - Reply
      November 17, 2021 at 10:55 am

      Hello Craig! You are right – the Grammalecte plugin is intended for French grammar correction. As for adding Grammarly as a plugin – we’ll definitely think it over. Thanks for your feedback!

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