I also support marking the spelling 'anymore' as AE -- but as Hecuba shows, it needs to be done by hand, for adverb entries only,
Re #6, no, that example is absolutely not right as one word and should be corrected. (Apart from the question whether 'your lip' there might be more typical of BE than AE anyway.)
'Anymore' (AE) meaning 'any longer' is an adverb denoting time (duration), not the comparative of the adjective 'many / much' denoting amount (quantity).
I'm not putting up with any more sass / attitude / backtalk from you, young man!
I don't need any more beef, thank you. I'm saving space for dessert.
I can't take this any more / (AE auch: anymore)! I quit!
We seldom eat beef any more / (AE auch: anymore). We're having more seafood and vegetarian meals these days.
If I stop to think about it, I still sometimes prefer two words in both contexts myself, but the one-word form is also widely accepted in AE in the correct context, and I do use it.
So do we need to make a separate report for that, or can the correction be made from here?
Does anyone feel the need to mark or include the regional / dialect use of the affirmative adverb, as described in the note? I don't think I've ever even heard that, so it's surely not very common, er, anymore. (-: