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Hey! Spell check function is working now!

 
Jimmie
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on 01/04/2012

Thanks, Wizzley techie gurus. I just noticed that the indicator that a word is misspelled (red underline) is now working when I edit Wizzes (in Chrome). This is incredible! I am so thankful for this little trick. It saves me so much time copying words over into a dictionary to double check the spelling. And of course, it saves me plenty of type-os. 

Whoever added this functionality, thanks.

chefkeem
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on 01/04/2012

Simon did this a couple weeks ago. You must have missed the announcement, Jimmie.

Oh, wait...we must have forgotten to make an official announcement! We just talked about it in a thread.

Sorrry. See? It works even in forum posts. Sorrry is underlined! Spiffy. 


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Lissie
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on 01/04/2012

cool - some of us need this! 


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bhthanks
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on 01/04/2012

Wonderful feature!

Jimmie
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on 01/04/2012

 

chefkeem: 04. Jan 2012, 17:20

Simon did this a couple weeks ago. You must have missed the announcement, Jimmie.

Oh, wait...we must have forgotten to make an official announcement! We just talked about it in a thread.

Sorrry. See? It works even in forum posts. Sorrry is underlined! Spiffy. 

Really? Well, I guess I haven't misspelled any words at Wizzley in the past two weeks until today when I noticed it. (Seems hard to believe, though.) At any rate, I am pleased to have it.

TilenHrovatic
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on 01/05/2012

I noticed this too today! It's great :) I don't need to write all text in HTML editor anymore :) Thanks tech crew :)


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Marie
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on 01/05/2012

I haven't noticed? Does that mean my spelling is normally ok? Just to check, I'll be writing some nonsense into a new Wizzle to test it out Laughing


Marie
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on 01/05/2012

Does it just work in Chrome then? Because I tried it in Firefox and it isn't working for me.


AJ
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on 01/05/2012

Yet anothet reason for me to try Chrome methinks - Firefox drives me batty in the evenings!!

chefkeem
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on 01/05/2012

It should work in ALL browsers. Have you tried to empty your cache and then restart FF?


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Marie
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on 01/05/2012

Yes I'm tempted to give Firefox the boot - it's getting slower and slower for me.

Thanks Chef for the suggestions. I'll try that.


Marie
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on 01/05/2012

Ha ha - perhaps it would help if I actually clicked on 'Toggle Spellchecker' in edit mode! Laughing

Talk about feeling stupid!


TerriRexson
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on 01/05/2012

This is wonderful. I've been really enjoying having spellcheck in Chrome, I just can't go back to Firefox.

My brain can spell, but sometimes my fingers aren't listening!


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on 01/06/2012

The spellcheck is using Swedish for me so nearly every word I type is underlined.  

And when I go to check a word I know I've spelled wrong I get a list of words in Swedish.  :)

I should probably fix that somehow.  :)

chefkeem
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on 01/06/2012

Check out http://afterthedeadline.com/ 

It comes as Firefox add-on or as Chrome extension (dunno about IE), and you can customize the settings to your desired language. Matter of fact, you can set it so it automatically detects your writing language.


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