I'll let you run with it for a few days before I reinstall it.
You only gave me a few days, so here's me reporting already a bit early.
I must say I find it's working quite good, but not great.In the previous sentence I deliberately wrote it's instead of its, and LT didn't move a muscle.
But it continuously tells you, to add commas, even where, it would seriously, mess up the flow, of a sentence.(makes me sound like Christopher Walken?)
As a non-English speaker, I still think I will keep it activated for a while since it alerts me to quite a few common mistakes I am still making.
But it might become annoying, and I would understand it if a native English speaker would get fed up with it after only a few days.
And to answer a question that I think you asked: No, far as I know you cannot disable grammar correction and only have lexicon correction.
A more fine-grained configuration option would be very welcome indeed, and would probably elevate this tool from mediocre to good.
So in the meantime, other suggestion form forum users would be welcome…hmm, I mistyped "from" in the previous sentence. Still all's quite on the Western Front according to LanguageTool
Damn you, LanguageTool:
It's 'quiet on the Western Front', not 'quite on the Western Front'. You should have helped me instead of hanging me out to dry looking like a hobo.
Am I expecting too much?