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For Curtis, I thought to see if I could post on this new forum

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Sorry, I don't think it worked.

 

You may have to post again.

 

Andy.

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I FINALLY MADE IT HERE .... WHOOPEE!

 

I don't know who fixed what, but thanks.  I am happy now.

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Firefox has known issues with spell check failing and working randomly.

 

They blame the editor, the editor software blames them because it works in other browsers.

 

Last night at home I used Chrome and never had a problem. Today I am using firefox and it's not working.

 

The ckeditor used on this site is a variant of the ckeditor that was used on the oldChiefTalk. Did you have trouble with spell check over there?

 

There are  spell checkers that can be enabled for the editor but browser spell checkers are typically better.

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just cheeeecked, no problem on the other forum (it was your idea to go back, never more) - this forum just seems not to be enabled, your end or Firefox ....

 

 

no response here to - cheeeecked

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Try using Chrome, works well for me. It always has.

 

Andy.

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just cheeeecked, no problem on the other forum (it was your idea to go back, never more) - this forum just seems not to be enabled, your end or Firefox ....

 

 

no response here to - cheeeecked

 

We have traded one set of problems for another. Hopefully this site has fewer overall problems. So far it's looking good, but could be better.

 

I know on the old forum IE did not function well in the editor. Here it seems to perform adequately. I will continue to investigate the Firefox problem.

 

Pick a browser, you will have issues somewhere :) .

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Keep in mind what type of add-ons you have enabled as well. Some privacy type add-ons can prevent the spell checking script from recognizing that you're in a web form or editor.

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