|Acrolinx Plug-in for XMetaL||Legacy versions only (earlier than 1.0.4)|
Acrolinx fails to flag words when running a check in XMetaL in non-PI mode.
To make the formatting changes required to flag possible corrections, Acrolinx must be able to create a modified copy of the CSS file which accompanies the DTD. It creates this file when it runs a check on the DTD for the first time. The XMetaL installation usually places CSS files in a folder called "Display". However, some installations can place the file in the same directory as the DTD, which is usually defined as read only. In this case, if Acrolinx is running under a normal user login, it is not able to create this CSS file because it does not have the correct permissions.
Resolving the Problem
The best way to make sure that Acrolinx has this modified CSS file is to have the network administrator run Acrolinx on the relevant DTD before others start using it.