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Guest Message by DevFuse


Need spell checker

Best Answer David Bott , 25 April 2013 - 09:16 AM

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No Spell Check in FIreFox...


To correct the problem right click on the text, choose Language and select English dictionary.  It's that simple, i guess by default it is not chosen and IP.Board triggers some oddness with Firefox.

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#21 OFFLINE   jimmie57


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Posted 27 April 2013 - 08:48 AM

In Fire Fox, If you click on Options, Advanced, General on the Advanced page, then check the box "Check My Spelling as I Type" you do not have to right click to get a menu. It is live and underlines words with a wavy red line that it feels are misspelled. You can right click to correct, add to dictionary, etc.


I use IE10 and it now has the spell checker built in and does the same as Fire Fox.

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