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RE: A forum Spell checker.
I think its a good idea.  I've always wondered why we never had one before, and it something I've considered suggesting also.  I'm not the best speller in the world, so I would definitly use it. 
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Yer like in Microsoft Word you can set it to change it to whatever you want.
Damn it i should of made a poll.

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RE: A forum Spell checker.
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Are we going to have specific filters for the thousands of different "internet slang" terms? (Take for example the way you people decide to spell the word "cool." Kewl, k00l, c00l, etc)

You could use one of the php spelling librarys if the server has them.

If you care that much about your spelling either take english lessons or get dt's wysiwyg editor which has this.
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RE: A forum Spell checker.
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Are we going to have specific filters for the thousands of different "internet slang" terms? (Take for example the way you people decide to spell the word "cool." Kewl, k00l, c00l, etc)
All spell checkers do come with a ignore botton, so that wouldn't be a problem.  Plus you could have a "ignore forever" feature, where it would remember the word and ignore it in every post by you afterwords if you wanted it too.  Also, you wont be forced to use a spell checker, so theres really no harm in adding it. 
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I can get the code (I think)
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RE: A forum Spell checker.
* Lou would really like to see this

It could be very handy. (y)
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RE: A forum Spell checker.
tbh,

firefox and opera both have extentions that you can download that will spellcheck a word for you
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Yer but what happens if you have IE.
And anyway it would be hassle free (well sort of)
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RE: A forum Spell checker.
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tbh,

firefox and opera both have extentions that you can download that will spellcheck a word for you

True, but what about the IExplorers who live in the dark ages?
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RE: A forum Spell checker.
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Yer but what happens if you have IE.
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True, but what about the IExplorers who live in the dark ages?


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I suggest it be added to the forums once mybb gold comes out and the forums are upgraded to it:)
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