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Topic # 58894 22-Mar-2010 22:12
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Does GZ have spellcheck for posts?

Some of our users would find it useful. Not that im being sarcaistic :-)







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Reply # 309988 22-Mar-2010 22:19
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No we do not. But feel free to use google, a dictionary, go back to school or even a browser addon to check your spelling.



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Reply # 309994 22-Mar-2010 22:37
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rscole86: No we do not. But feel free to use google, a dictionary, go back to school or even a browser addon to check your spelling.


I was hoping we could spoonfeed the few on here that can't spell. Nothing worse than bad spelling combined with silly posts eh RS ;-)




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  Reply # 309997 22-Mar-2010 22:44
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Or use Google chrome!

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  Reply # 310102 23-Mar-2010 10:29
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Yes I know what your getting at Quandrum, especially those liars who try to get random ISP's to swap their billion routers for Dynalinks, that's a big typo isn't it ;)

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  Reply # 310105 23-Mar-2010 10:34
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spell check works for my posts using firefox

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  Reply # 310196 23-Mar-2010 13:08
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quandum: Does GZ have spellcheck for posts?

Some of our users would find it useful. Not that im being sarcaistic :-)





Is that the best you can do?




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  Reply # 310207 23-Mar-2010 13:41
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I think the fact that Quandum was pointing out someone else's bad spelling with some attrocious spelling of his own is telling...

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