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Revision 172276 of Controlling spell checking in HTML forms

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  • Revision title: Controlling spell checking in HTML forms
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It would be really great if there was an actual text area on this page to allow users to test the spellcheck feature. I notice that the [| wiki syntax] does not allow this html to be included, so does anyone know a way this could be put on the page? Loquaciously 13:44, 17 August 2006 (PDT)

Well, one could make a simple HTML testcase and get it uploaded by filing a bug. --Nickolay 11:09, 24 August 2006 (PDT)

Can someone make it so that you don't only have one global dictionary, but rather you're able to set one for one domain/page that is in one language, and another for another? I'm writing in a few different languages every day, and I think it's a bit annoying that I keep getting red lines whenever I'm not writing in English (or, if I change my dictionary to some other language, I get red lines when writing in English...)

I am wondering if it is possible to change some of the words in my dictionary? I mean, I accidentally clicked "add to dictionary" on a word that is spelled completely wrong. How can I go back and change it, so that the spell-checker doesn't think that the word is actually correct?

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This results in the HTML being invalid, would it not be better to have some form of <meta> tag or similar to disable spell checking on a whole page. --Ratty 15:46, 22 October 2006 (PDT)

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<p>It would be really great if there was an actual text area on this page to allow users to test the spellcheck feature. I notice that the [<a class="external" href="http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Help:Editing#HTML_in_Wikitext">| wiki syntax</a>] does not allow this html to be included, so does anyone know a way this could be put on the page? <a href="User:Loquaciously">Loquaciously</a> 13:44, 17 August 2006 (PDT)
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<dl><dd> Well, one could make a simple HTML testcase and get it uploaded by <a class="external" href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Mozilla%20Developer%20Center&amp;component=Upload%20Requests">filing a bug</a>. --<a href="User:Nickolay">Nickolay</a> 11:09, 24 August 2006 (PDT)
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<p>Can someone make it so that you don't only have one global dictionary, but rather you're able to set one for one domain/page that is in one language, and another for another? I'm writing in a few different languages every day, and I think it's a bit annoying that I keep getting red lines whenever I'm not writing in English (or, if I change my dictionary to some other language, I get red lines when writing in English...)
</p><p>I am wondering if it is possible to change some of the words in my dictionary? I mean, I accidentally clicked "add to dictionary" on a word that is spelled completely wrong. How can I go back and change it, so that the spell-checker doesn't think that the word is actually correct?
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<p>This results in the HTML being invalid, would it not be better to have some form of &lt;meta&gt; tag or similar to disable spell checking on a whole page. --<a href="User:Ratty">Ratty</a> 15:46, 22 October 2006 (PDT)
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