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spill checker

Discussion in 'WCHA Website Suggestions' started by Mark Reuten, Jan 12, 2005.

  1. Mark Reuten

    Mark Reuten Wood Butcher

    I wouldn't mind a spell chicker feature on these postling do-hickies
     
  2. Tim Hewitt

    Tim Hewitt WCHA Member in Maine

    When one is available that does not cost extra $$ and works across platforms, I'll be happy to install it.

    The only ones that have been available to date require an additional software license and often only support one system and browser.

    -t
     
  3. F Harvey Bowley

    F Harvey Bowley Builder 3rd generation

    up here in de North maine Woods we use dem spill checkers to keep us afloat when we spill outa de canoe me i gotta a pair of dem from L L Freeport
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2005
  4. Benson Gray

    Benson Gray Canoe History Enthusiast Staff Member

    I usually just copy the text from the forum message entry page into a local spell checking window on my PC for verification and then paste it back here if I am not sure of something. The http://dictionary.reference.com/ site can also be helpful.

    Benson
     
  5. Jim Wilson

    Jim Wilson WCHA Member

    cheeze i always thoght thet it was mandatorry when e-mailinga nd using forums to avoid the use of punktuashun capitol letters and spell chuk
     
  6. Dave Osborn

    Dave Osborn LIFE MEMBER

    As fer as I'm kuncerned, spilling don't count. I make no gugements on how a feller or gal spels. I don't mine wading thru a few misspilled werds. Afterall it's the kon-tent that counts.
     
  7. Woodchuck

    Woodchuck Woodworker

    Subject at hand...

    Come on little boys, lets all go to Toy-R-Us and maybe we can find another way to show how cute we are... Lets leave this site to the Canoers...
     

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