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I can install a mod which does a spelling check, it's included with 3.0 though.
 

jonb

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Could you not just copy your post into WORD do a quick spell check then change any errors?
 

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I used to copy difficult words into Google Search Bar and then see if it suggests the correct spelling.
 

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thats what i do most of the time.

they're is noting rong wiht mi speling :roll:
 

Guinness

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Yes - People understand you better and you don't get the annoying people correcting you in big bold letters. ;)
 

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Chaz said:
Yes - People understand you better and you don't get the annoying people correcting you in big bold letters. ;)
and what if you are geordie and those different stuff :shock:
 

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Geordie and the like is an accent/way of speaking from an area, it doesn't affect your understanding of the english language!

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Chaz said:
I can't get this Spell thingy for Firefox to work. :(
Why not? Did you download a dictionary file to go with it?

Jim said:
Does it really make a differance:?:
If you want people to read and understand your posts then yes. If you'd used a spell checker on that post you'd have spelt difference correctly.

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and what if you are geordie and those different stuff :shock:
Being a Geordie doesn't make you illiterate. I'm from Newcastle and it hasn't affected my ability to spell properly or use grammar correctly :roll:
 
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