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  1. I'm from Brazil and I tried to install the custom language from this instruction but I don't have success. I also tried rename at differents forms but still not working. Anyone can help me? I found a similar topic and this, but in my case not work too. I'm using the Affinity Publish 2.1.1 and more details check the attached imagens.
  2. I've seen there's some documentation about how to install additional spelling and hyphenation dictionaries for Affinity Publisher running on Windows, but there doesn't seem to be anything comparable as regards the Macintosh. What is the best way to do it (if it's possible at all)?
  3. I have about 3000 botanical names to add to Publisher's spelling dictionary on my Mac. How can I do so without giving mystelf RSI?
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