The introduction of the spellchecker might throw up a few anomalies.
But I welcome it.
Castlemilk, Govan, San Bernadino ....no it's not route 66, but a spell-checker test...
It's a winner. HB
I'm lost on this one. I use Speckie.
rdave13 - I was typing in a post, this afternoon, when suddenly, a red line appeared under Hammersmith,the speel-cheekkker had kicked-in.I might dispose of my trusty big dictionaries now.
Depends on which version of Firefox you have installed, US or UK.
May I suggest you install the addon - English (British) Dictionary if you find that FFox underlines in red the word colour and doesn't underline color
More info for Firefox spellchecker http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Using%20the%20spell%20checker
Dictionaries to choose from https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/language-tools/
Spell checkers are not good with place names. Place names are often not in dictionaries. Hammersmith, etc isn't in mine.
ps are you bored?
If the spell checker in Opera is to be believed I don't even know how to spell my own surname!
Speckie doesn't know Speckie or AitchBEE or Mistoffelees or Woolwell. So what?
The spell-checker you refer to is in your browser, not on our site.
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