Spellchecker

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Site Feedback
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Site Feedback
If you're using Internet Explorer, there's now a spellcheck button spelling.gif at the top-right of the reply box, but there isn't a spellchecker built into vBulletin - You have to download the spellchecker for use with your browser.

The first time you click it, it suggests you instal IESpell and should take you to the download page - but it doesn't!

Instead you can download and instal IESpell from here.

And from then on the spellcheck button will work - and you'll have a spellcheck to use on lots of different online forms :j

EDIT: Put up a quick post with screenshots here


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  • derrickderrick Forumite
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    Does this only work with IE? I use Firefox.
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  • srasra Forumite
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    derrick wrote:
    Does this only work with IE? I use Firefox.
    Last i checked, this button was for use with IESpell (IE) only.

    But IESpell want to support Firefox in the future, and vBulletin want the button to support Firefox extensions like Spellbound.
    Not sure if either of these things have happened yet.

    If Spellbound still works (Haven't tried it since vbulletin was updated), You can use it without that button anyway. Just right-click the reply box and the spellcheck should be an option
  • Weymouth_ManWeymouth_Man Forumite
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    sra wrote:
    If you're using Internet Explorer, there's now a spellcheck button spelling.gif at the top-right of the reply box but there isn't a spellchecker built into vBulletin.

    The first time you click it, it suggests you instal IESpell and should take you to the download page - but it doesn't

    Download and instal IESpell from here.

    And from then on the spellcheck button will work - and you'll have a spellcheck to use on lots of different online forms :j

    (I'll stick up a better guide later :D )

    Wow That's Great, Worked 1st Time :beer:
    ;)!!!!!!There are More Questions Than Answers!!!!!!:eek:
    :search: But I Just Don't Have Any Answers :idea:
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    Put up a quick post on the a-z here

    Be sure to change to Englisth (uk)

    :)
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