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bertho

Spell Checker?

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I am probably missing the obvious but I cannot find a spell checker. Most programs have it enabled by default these days.

I cannot even find a button or option to manually trigger a spell check.

It is especially helpful for poor typists and many international users.

 

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Hi Daid,

I did not realize it is browser sensitive.

Posting using Firefox does not spell check. As far as I can remember almost all current websites do spell check when I connect using Firefox.

Please remind the website people to enable or fix it so spell check also works on Firefox. I got to remind myself to use Chrome to connect here.

Have a great day!

Bertho

 

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It doesn't have anything to do with the site, it's purely done in the browser. Just to make sure it's enabled, right click in the reply box and make sure "Check spelling" has a check mark.

 

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