It will be fixed in the first patch.
I was just doing a little testing of ranked spelling in Kurzweil version 10. I wanted to see if it would incorrectly count words separated with a long dash or double dashes as a single incorrectly spelled word. I think that may no longer be a problem, but I discovered another more serious problem.
I wrote some test sentences and some of them ended in a misspelled word and an exclamation mark. when I ran ranked spelling the misspelled word was found. I selected the correct spelling from the list and hit alt-A for replace all. I then tabbed to apply and hit enter. The misspellings were then recalculated. I was surprised to notice that the percentage did not go up, so I examined the misspellings listed again. I found my corrected words in the list with a capital I following them instead of the exclamation mark that had been there. I corrected the word again and then exited the dialog with okay. the sentences were now okay. I just can't imagine why this would happen. I retested several times with different words and got the same result each time. Could others experiment as well to clarify the extent of the problem?
By the way, I love the message you get if you run ranked spelling and the document does not have any misspellings.
Sarah Van Oosterwijck Assistive Technology Trainer http://home.earthlink.net/~netentity
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