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Maria_H
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Re: sara palin

:smileyhappy:

 

I know it's not ideal, but I do enjoy the typos.

 


Everyman wrote:

That's BN's fault for disabling Firefox's as-you-type spellchecker in the reply window.  Your spellchecker is much more awkward to use.   Jon has mentioned enabling  Firefox's spell checker through the right click, but first you have to remember to do athat for every reply, and second, it doesn't work all the time. 

 

I want my Firefox spellchecker active again!

 

Until then, you're just going to get typos.  Your fault!


 

 



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Everyman
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Re: sara palin

A long week?  It's only Wednesday.   Only the midpoint of the week.  If half the week is this bad, you need either a good shrink or a full bottle of scotch at hand! 

 

 


Maria_H wrote:
:smileytongue:  Sorry, it's been a long week -- I couldn't help myself.

 

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Everyman
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Re: sara palin

So, do I take that to mean that you folks disabled spellcheck intentionally so you could have the fun of laughing at our  typos???

 

Should we make it a responsibility, when you're having a bad week, to make sure we offer a bunch of typos to cheer you up???

 

:smileyvery-happy:

 


Maria_H wrote:

:smileyhappy:

 

I know it's not ideal, but I do enjoy the typos.

 


Everyman wrote:

That's BN's fault for disabling Firefox's as-you-type spellchecker in the reply window.  Your spellchecker is much more awkward to use.   Jon has mentioned enabling  Firefox's spell checker through the right click, but first you have to remember to do athat for every reply, and second, it doesn't work all the time. 

 

I want my Firefox spellchecker active again!

 

Until then, you're just going to get typos.  Your fault!


 

 


 

 

 

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TiggerBear
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Re: sara palin


Everyman wrote:

So, do I take that to mean that you folks disabled spellcheck intentionally so you could have the fun of laughing at our  typos???

 

Should we make it a responsibility, when you're having a bad week, to make sure we offer a bunch of typos to cheer you up???

 

:smileyvery-happy:

 


Maria_H wrote:

:smileyhappy:

 

I know it's not ideal, but I do enjoy the typos.

 


Everyman wrote:

That's BN's fault for disabling Firefox's as-you-type spellchecker in the reply window.  Your spellchecker is much more awkward to use.   Jon has mentioned enabling  Firefox's spell checker through the right click, but first you have to remember to do athat for every reply, and second, it doesn't work all the time. 

 

I want my Firefox spellchecker active again!

 

Until then, you're just going to get typos.  Your fault!


 

 


 

 

 


Everyman my firefox spell check works, right along with the blasted B&N version. I just click spell check, then go up to the red underlined word, right click and the firefox version pops up. Just have to go word by highlighted word now.

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Everyman
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Re: sara palin

Everyman my firefox spell check works, right along with the blasted B&N version. I just click spell check, then go up to the red underlined word, right click and the firefox version pops up. Just have to go word by highlighted word now.

 

Mine is intermittant.  Sometimes it finds misspelled words, sometimes not.  And never if I forget to turn it on in each reply I make.    I just spelled intermittent incorrectly above, turned Check Spelling on in the right click menu, it found firefox misspelled both times above, underlined it in red, but didn't find intermittant.  Go figure.  brrrr (not underlined).  Underrlliine (not underlined).  

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