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You can try selecting the text and then setting the correct dictionary in Edit > Spelling and Grammar > Show Spelling and Grammar. It's not possible to actually tag text as being in a certain language in such apps. You are at the mercy of whatever algorithm Apple is using to implement its concept of "automatic by language", which I think few users find ...
Does having German and English keyboards activated for the device work? Multi-language support - how-to
If you have the 6.2 (or later) version, you need to go to Edit > Spelling and Grammar > Show Spelling and Grammar. There you can set the spellcheck language.
Simplest answer / your language tool has defaulted to a language you do not want it to be. So... Go into TOOLS menu, Select Language..., You will see your list where you have all the standards including Basque, Catalan and Spanish (Castellano) etc. Make your choice and select default. You have now changed your function of spelling for all ...
I feel your pain.....Best work around I've found is on cnet. Haven't tried it yet but I plan to. Unlike a true contextual menu, this does require you look to the top-left for the commands you seek, but may still suffice to bring you the functionality you are looking for. http://www.cnet.com/news/access-menus-via-the-keyboard-in-os-x/
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