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post #1 of 6 Old Aug 2nd, 2006, 8:47 pm Thread Starter
 
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Found this on an RV Forum.


The "Uncle Don's campground" burned during the Pedmont fire near Sturgis last week and they lost all records so they are unable to contact those who had reservations so if you know any one that is coming and had reservations there please pass this on.


Hope Uncle Don got out OK

I can't believe our spell check does not recognize "Sturgis".
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post #2 of 6 Old Aug 3rd, 2006, 6:32 am
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I can't believe our spell check does not recognize "Sturgis".
This is the worst spell check I've ever used.

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This is the worst spell check I've ever used.

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We never had speel check in the two previous versions of our web site. What we have now is a huge improvement.

Besides, only Harley types cannot spell.

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This is the worst spell check I've ever used.

Bruce Hodges
Hey, Bruce - dang thang doesn't recognize Boerne either. Or Kerrville. Or Blanco. Prolly cuz the dictionary reference it uses, doesn't have place names.

Lemme see about Comfort or Welfare. Yup - even tho they are towns near Boerne, they're also dictionary words.

Aw well, lotsa folks on the forums don't use the ole speil clicker anywayz!
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...Aw well, lotsa folks on the forums don't use the ole speil clicker anywayz!
I'll bite: how does one use the spell checker here? (I didn't know it was an option...)

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I'll bite: how does one use the spell checker here? (I didn't know it was an option...)
When you send a post, or a reply, there are three 'clickable' boxes below your post-compose window - *submit post or reply* and *Preview Post* and *Spell Check* - after you've composed your post, click *Spell Check* and the program will run thru your words and red-light an entry where it thinks you mis-spelled. The spell check working box will be pretty intuitive. This can be used just before you hit *submit*, or before/after you hit *Preview*. HTH, Howard.
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