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It's not a perfect fix, but you can copy existing workspace preferences into any workspace. I keep a separate .epf (Eclipse preferences file, I guess) that I just import into every new workspace I create:

File → Import... → General → Preferences → Next > From preference file

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If you are writing Java code, Window -> Preferences -> Java -> JDT Spelling

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There are some ways for sharing preferences, but it doesn't come with the platform. The one I use is now available as an attachment to https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=334016 or more particular as attachment https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/attachment.cgi?id=196866

Install into your Eclipse. Then you can export selected preferences to an .epf file. Also add a preference (!) in Preferences > General > Common Preferences which will share your settings across newly created workspaces.

I use this all the time and though it is not perfect, it does save a lot of effort in keeping my preferences aligned across workspaces.

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Preferences->General->Editors->Text Editors->Spelling Uncheck the box "Enable spell checking"


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