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Spell checker

Old 9th Jan 2023, 16:09
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Spell checker

I'm not getting any indication from a spell checker if I get the spelling wrong when posting. Has something happened to the sites spell checker, or is it a problem with my computer?
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 16:33
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Originally Posted by Dan Gerous View Post
I'm not getting any indication from a spell checker if I get the spelling wrong when posting. Has something happened to the sites spell checker, or is it a problem with my computer?
Site’s spell checker.

Fixed.
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Old 10th Jan 2023, 04:51
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Seems to work here. Chrome on windows.

With any web weirdness it is a good idea to clear the cache and the relevant (or all) cookies. When you clear cookies you will lose any saved login details for the sites so cleared.
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Old 19th Jan 2023, 19:32
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I believe that the spell checking function is provided by your browser, rather than this forum. For reasons that remain a mystery, Pale Moon, the browser I mostly use, reverts to US English spell checking when it updates. I've also had Safari (on a Macbook) do the same once.

The fix is to go to the settings/preferences page for your browser and check that it's set to spell check as you type and that it has the correct dictionary installed. Varies a bit from one browser to another as to how this is set up.
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Old 20th Jan 2023, 08:19
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Correct, it's a browser function. The website software provides a lot of things but not that. If you let us know what your favourite browsing application is, we might be able to provide a clue as to where to look.
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