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How Do I Use A Spell Checker In dominKnow | ONE?

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Posted   3 years ago
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Posted   3 years ago
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Since dominKnow | ONE is a web-based tool, you can use the built-in spell checker that comes with most browsers. 

Open a text element for editing by double clicking on it. Hold Control (Command on Mac) and right-click. From the pop-up menu, select Spelling and Grammar. 

You can usually set the spell checker to check as you type or turn this feature off. Open your browser Tools, Options, or Preferences to set these features. 

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avatar mmecolab   |    
Posted   3 years ago

For those of us who do not use MAC, this option does not work.

In Chrome you have to Look in Settings>>advanced>>Privacy and Security>>flip the switch for Spelling

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avatar Paul Schneider   |    
Posted   2 years ago
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I suspect there was some confusion on the instructions or that they had altered a bit between versions.

In Windows it does work, though the Chrome has changed slightly since the original post.

  1. You must have Spelling for Chrome turned on in Chrome (Settings -> Languages -> Spellcheck)
  2. Advanced or Basic spelling options both work
  3. When editing text, for any line of text that is marked "incorrect" hold the CTRL key and then right click
    1. You will see suggestions for the misspelled word and the ability to add that word to your browser's dictionary
    2. You can select the correct word and it will be replaced

 

NOTE: For Mac it works the same way except use the Command Key instead of CTRL key,.

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avatar Paul Schneider   |    
Posted   4 months ago

In Edge, open  edge://settings/languages
Make sure "Enable spellcheck" is enabled and English is enabled.

When a word is selected in a text box and misspelled it will be identifed and you will see the prompt. You may need to click Ctrl-Right click for the suggestion.

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