currently I don’t see a way to reconfigure this and in addition
I would think it might be more useful to check on start but running in the background.
When exiting npp user should be asked about a new version ready to install with an option to skip
this release at all or to postpone installation for another few days.
Scott is perfectly right about it !! How the regex engine could guees, for instance, than the two words be and tween are finally the single word between ? And anyway, the first word be is quite a valid English word, isn’t it ?
So I would advice you to use, rather, a Spell-checker plugin, which will, automatically, highlight all the non-correct words of your text
You should really post all the relevant details (OS, version of NP++, 64 or 32 bits, circumstances that provoke this, is it repeatable, etc) on the main forum. Is it possible that you have a nearly full disk, or that you have an unstable machine? Also, try removing all plugins - does that remove the problem? If it does, put the plugins back one by one until you identify the problem.