When you press the Add button during spell check, Infix records the word you are adding in a custom dictionary file on disc.

If you add a word by mistake you can edit the custom dictionary by hand using any standard text editor (such as Notepad).

If you already have a custom dictionary you want Infix to use you can add its contents to Infix’s existing dictionary using a text editor.

Locating the custom dictionary

All of the personal word list files for each language are stored in the same folder. A *.pws file is only created if you have added words during a spell check,.

On Windows XP, the default installation path would be:

C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application Data\Aspell\personal

On Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 10:

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Aspell\personal

or

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Aspell\personal

Format of custom dictionary

The *.pws dictionary file is a simple list of words, each on a new line. An example is shown below:
personal_ws-1.1 es 7

Adstract Technology Iceni

Ltd Bushnell Norwich

Guy

The number at the end of the first line is the count of words in the list. The language code is prior to that - in this case ‘es’ for Spanish.

Changes to the custom dictionary will take effect the next time Infix is launched.