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System101

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I was wondering if it would be possible to include a spell checker in the post new topic or reply to topic windows.
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i think that would be pretty nifty myself...but in the interum...have you checked out the google toolbar? (when you remember to use it) it's spellcheck feature is "the bee's knees"
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If you install IESPell, you'll see a spell checker button appear in the post window (when using IE). FireFox 2.0 will also have a built-in spell checker.
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- press: ctrl + n
- click this link below:
http://www.spellcheck.net/
- write text
- check spelling
- cut/paste onto post

(well that is the theory anyway)

Edited by fleamailman, 24 October 2006 - 10:31 AM.

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Firefox 2.0 DOES have a spell checker its out if it isnt out in your language/nationality it will be within the week till then its doing the rounds you can get it from mirrors, the mozilla FTP.
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I've been using ASpell fox in Firefox for a while in both windows and Linux. Not hard to load in either. I guess the point is moot with the release of Firefox 2.0.
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