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 * In constrast to other spell checkers ReSpeller uses native ReSharper suggests and refactorings instead of context menu-like suggests:
 {{img/suggests1.png|Local typo}}
 {{img/suggests2.png|Non-local typo}}\\
-Due to this when you call "Typo rename" you will get all benefits of ReSharper rename refactoring like renaming of dependent symbols, string literals etc.
+So when you fix typo in identifier you will get all benefits of ReSharper rename refactoring like renaming of dependent symbols, string literals etc.
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+* Checking behavior
+** ReSpeller considers ReSharper naming rules like identifier suffixes and prefixes and doesn't perform checking of them.
+** ReSpeller doesn't check words with length less than 3, because in most cases it doesn't make sense.
+** If ReSpeller sees incorrect word he tries to split this one into all kinds of word pairs and check each word in the pair separately. So words like "registrykey" or "wildhoney" will be accepted as correct despite the whole words are missing in dictionary. 
 
 * You can open ReSharper->Inspect->Code Issues in Solution to review all typos in your projects:
 {{img/inspections_window.png}}
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