For all the irregular verbs, the morphological changes that affect the conjugated forms of the verb are detailed in the Additional Information section. Each change is explained in a different morphological Note. The changes considered are those that affect both the structure of the root, as well as the ending or the accentuation of a conjugated form (see, for example, the verbs ir, ser, tener,...).
For all those regular or irregular verbs, where the conjugation has been affected by orthographic changes resulting from compliance with the spelling rules of Spanish, the orthographic changes that affect the conjugated forms of the verb are detailed in the Additional Information section. Each change is explained in a different Spell Note. The changes considered are those related to the changes of the g for gu, g for j, c for qu and c for z, and vice versa in all cases (see, for example, the verbs seguir, menguar, dirigir, delinquir, ejercer, aparcar, ligar, adelgazar, ...). In addition, pressing with the mouse on any Spelling Note you access the list of verbs that fit the indicated in the note.
Both the Morphological Notes and the Spelling Notes can be individually selected so that, when you click on the button Highlight the irregular forms, the conjugated forms that meet the selected notes are highlighted in color. This allows the reader to easily identify the irregular forms of a verb and those that have been affected by a spelling change. In addition, pressing with the mouse on any morphological Note accesses the list of verbs that conform to what is indicated in the note.
The academic orthography of 1999 introduced changes in the graphic accentuation of some monosyllables directly affecting the conjugation of some verbs (criar, fiar, freír, etc.). For that reason and not to confuse the reader, Conjugador TIP keeps the two versions clearly indicated with a Spelling Note.