Grammar and structures errors made on purpose
Posted by on 2011-11-14 07:55 PM

WhiteSmoke cannot detect all errors. Errors made on purpose are fundamentally different to ones that occur in the natural flow of writing. Thus, for example, WhiteSmoke will not offer relevant corrections for extreme spelling mistakes (xhdlsdsdley), nonsensical semantics (The apple ate the bee.), or abnormal grammar and sentence structures (Thinking I mind am gone mountain walk.).

We are constantly updating the WhiteSmoke 'Translator' and 'Writer', but you should know that, in general, computers cannot  always "know" what the writer meant. They can't go into the semantics of the sentence nor its context.

If you keep this in mind and use WhiteSmoke in ordinary circumstances on common texts, the error detection and correction rate will be very high.