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Re: Automatic spell checking when previewing

by krujos (Curate)
on Sep 13, 2004 at 18:43 UTC ( #390637=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Automatic spell checking when previewing

Safari (possibly all of the browsers on a Mac since spell check is a core service) will allow you to spell check any text field by pressing cmd ;. Pretty handy, I am sure there has to be a spell check plug-in for most browsers. Are web based spell checkers really any good? I have used the gmail one and it is good in a pinch, but I recall being annoyed by the other ones I have tried (yahoo and hotmail are the only ones I can recall).
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Re^2: Automatic spell checking when previewing
by superfrink (Curate) on Sep 14, 2004 at 01:04 UTC
    Thanks for this post. I didn't realise Opera would provide spell checking in form fields just because aspell was installed. I have just looked at it now and it only seems to work in "textarea" boxes and not "text" input fields but it will keep me from copying and pasting into a google search query. :^)
Re^2: Automatic spell checking when previewing
by Nkuvu (Priest) on Sep 14, 2004 at 10:19 UTC

    Spell checking in text areas isn't enabled in all OS X browsers. Only the ones that are Cocoa based (as opposed to Carbon). Mozilla, for example, can't do the spell check trick.

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[Happy-the-monk]: Discipulus: thanks! So in Ascii "CTRL" + "ARROW UP" + "<-- -->"?
[hippo]: On my tab key the left pointing arrow is directly above the right-pointing arrow (and they are each pointing at a vertical line). It's a UK keyboard.
[Discipulus]: choroba thanks.. now i understand: like find the tresaure.. but in this case seems true: no one noticed
[Discipulus]: Happy-the-monk every Eatalian understand what ctrl+shift+tab means: we just have different names for # and @ ('cancelletto' and 'chiocciola')

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