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Topic # 58379 10-Mar-2010 14:02
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I'm having an issue - since I think the recent Geekzone forum revamp; where I can't use the google toolbar spell checker, to check my spelling when posting to forums.

Using IE8 / Windows 7 / Google toolbar version 6

Basically when I click the button to spell check, all my test disappears (guessing the fint changes to same colour as background). Click again, my text returns.

Anyone else having this issue? Or can reproduce it?

It seems to still work though for the above subject line.




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  Reply # 305969 10-Mar-2010 15:02
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Have you tried clicking the button and when the text disappear go to the text area, CTRL A and CTRL C then CTRL V to notepad? If there's content then it's probably the toolbar changing the text font colour to be the same as the background.

We haven't changed anything on the site itself that would do it.




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  Reply # 305979 10-Mar-2010 15:42
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I'm always amazed people actually use those google/microsoft/yahoo toolbars.

The humanity....



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  Reply # 305985 10-Mar-2010 15:56
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freitasm: Have you tried clicking the button and when the text disappear go to the text area, CTRL A and CTRL C then CTRL V to notepad? If there's content then it's probably the toolbar changing the text font colour to be the same as the background.

We haven't changed anything on the site itself that would do it.


Yes, it is as you say - the content is still there.




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Reply # 305986 10-Mar-2010 15:57
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coffeebaron: I can't use the google toolbar spell checker, to check my spelling when posting to forums


May I suggest going back to school to learn better Engrish?

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  Reply # 305987 10-Mar-2010 15:58
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If the content is still there then your toolbar configuration is using the same colours for both font and background... I suggest you change it slightly.







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  Reply # 305991 10-Mar-2010 16:04
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freitasm: If the content is still there then your toolbar configuration is using the same colours for both font and background... I suggest you change it slightly.


Unfortunaltly, cannot find a way to change this :(

I guess its back too skool four me :(




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  Reply # 305994 10-Mar-2010 16:09
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Just checked the quick reply box, and it works for that; so just not working with the full editor.




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