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RuneScape contains hundreds, if not thousands, of made up words.

The last edit to the dictionary was made on 17 November 2016 at 09:19 UTC (diff).
The dictionary currently has 218 terms.

WindowsEdit

Google ChromeEdit

Windows users with the latest version of Chrome can find the Custom Dictionary.txt file at:

C:\Users\%USER%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Custom Dictionary.txt

AddingEdit

Adding multiple words at once with copy and paste can be difficult, as Chrome requires a valid checksum. If it fails to find one, it will use an appropriate backup.

To trick Chrome into accepting a copy-paste revision, follow these steps:

  1. Open this file and copy its entire contents.
  2. Find Custom Dictionary.txt and edit it.
  3. Navigate to the bottom and find the last entry, which should begin "checksum".
  4. Add a newline before "checksum" (Enter).
  5. Remove all content after "checksum", including the space.
  6. Paste the dictionary text linked above.
  7. Make sure a newline exists both before and after the copy-pasted text.
  8. Close Chrome.
  9. Save Custom Dictionary.txt and close.
  10. Reopen Chrome and navigate to chrome://settings/editDictionary. You should see every word you added in the dictionary. From here, you may remove "checksum" (which is already a word recognised by default dictionaries).
  11. Reopen Custom Dictionary.txt; you should see all the words you pasted there, but in a different format (a different character is used for newlines; in Notepad, it will appear to have no line breaks).

IssuesEdit

  • There is a small chance that words beginning with the letter "I" will have their first letter replaced with "c". Words that begin with a capital "I" may have both the glitched and correct entry; e.g. "Icthlarin" may appear as well as "ccthlarin". In these cases, remove the erroneous entry manually, and add it back directly through Chrome, if necessary.

macOSEdit

Safari, Google Chrome, and OperaEdit

All three browsers use macOS's built-in dictionary. Users can find the custom dictionary at:

~/Library/Spelling/LocalDictionary

AddingEdit

  1. Open this file and copy its entire contents.
  2. Quit your browser and open LocalDictionary in a text editor.
  3. Navigate to the bottom and add a new line below existing entries (if any).
  4. Paste the text from the dictionary linked above.
  5. Save the file and restart your computer.

FirefoxEdit

Firefox users can find its custom dictionary in their profile folder at:

~/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/<folder name>/persdict.dat

AddingEdit

  1. Open this file and copy its entire contents.
  2. Quit Firefox and open persdict.dat in a text editor. If it does not exist, it means you haven't added any words to Firefox's dictionary yet; in that case, create a new file and save it with that exact filename.
  3. Navigate to the bottom and add a new line below existing entries.
  4. Paste the text from the dictionary linked above.
  5. Save the file and restart Firefox.

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