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#1 Cubbie Blues

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 12:14 PM

For those of us that are alphabetically challenged. A spell checker that pops up the correct spelling would be nice.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 12:57 PM

That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 12:59 PM

That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 03:18 PM


That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. Small help of which you might already be aware: right-click gets you the correct spelling options.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 04:58 PM

That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. Small help of which you might already be aware: right-click gets you the correct spelling options.


Do you have someone who codes the site for you or are you using WordPress templates and software?

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 07:31 PM

That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. Small help of which you might already be aware: right-click gets you the correct spelling options.


Do you have someone who codes the site for you or are you using WordPress templates and software?

It's all me. Yup, Wordpress plus template plus IPB forum software. I have a fair bit of coding myself.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 09:47 PM



That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. Small help of which you might already be aware: right-click gets you the correct spelling options.

Not on safari for windows (Mac at home). I know coding is a bithxh. Especially for all the different browsers out there.

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 08:19 AM



That would be handy, but spell-checking tends to be a browser-based function, rather than a site software function. For example, I'm on Chrome, and when I misspell a word, I get the old red underline thing.

I do as well (safari for windows at work) but it doesn't show the correct spelling options. I didn't know if there was a possibility of adding an icon (with the other formatting buttons) with that capability.

Not that I'm aware of, unfortunately. Small help of which you might already be aware: right-click gets you the correct spelling options.

Not on safari for windows (Mac at home). I know coding is a bithxh. Especially for all the different browsers out there.

Indeed. And I appreciate the suggestion (and any and all others). I'll just have to pass on some of them (for now).




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