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Topic # 86072 30-Jun-2011 15:12
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after being on geek zone for a few months know, every time i start a new thread of comment on some one Else's Ive had to go to gmail to do the spell check, it would be very help full i think but maby I'm just being ignorant and its alot more work for them to set up.

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Reply # 487883 30-Jun-2011 15:14
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LOL just reading your post and the grammer spell check will not help you

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  Reply # 487889 30-Jun-2011 15:16
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Check your browser settings; I get a spellchecker in Safari.

freitasm:
johnr: grammer


Look who is talking...

 

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Reply # 487890 30-Jun-2011 15:17
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freitasm:
johnr: grammer


Look who is talking...

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DOH!!

grammar

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Reply # 487895 30-Jun-2011 15:19
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yea iv got firefox do you need a plugin or what,

(haha yea im a real bad speller being disexic and all)

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Reply # 487896 30-Jun-2011 15:21
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aaronr76: yea iv got firefox do you need a plugin or what,

(haha yea im a real bad speller being disexic and all)


Don't worry my spelling is crap to

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  Reply # 487897 30-Jun-2011 15:21
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*too :)

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  Reply # 487905 30-Jun-2011 15:26
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Use this for firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/new-zealand-english-dict/

aaronr76: yea iv got firefox do you need a plugin or what,

(haha yea im a real bad speller being disexic and all)


Dyslexic (sorry, couldn't resist!)

Behodar: *too :)


Classic!




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  Reply # 487911 30-Jun-2011 15:35
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haha cheers for that on both postsSmile

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  Reply # 487912 30-Jun-2011 15:36
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Opera contains an inbuilt spell checker that underlines misspelled words in red as you type.

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  Reply # 487923 30-Jun-2011 15:53
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  Reply # 487925 30-Jun-2011 15:56
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My spelling is fine. Its my typing that fails me.




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  Reply # 487959 30-Jun-2011 16:35
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aaronr76: after being on geek zone for a few months know, every time i start a new thread of comment on some one Else's Ive had to go to gmail to do the spell check, it would be very help full i think but maby I'm just being ignorant and its alot more work for them to set up.



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  Reply # 487961 30-Jun-2011 16:39
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