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ieSpell not working correctly occasionally


carver
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Every so often when using ieSpell it just goes stupid,

one example "thspellingng iincorrectct", this came from "the speling is incorect".

Any body have an idea what is causing it, it only seems to happen on this site and it's very annoying, I have tried reinstalling ie but this has made no difference.

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carver

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Sorry should have added using windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9 and it seems that it is just IE 9 that has the problem.

Internet Explorer

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KRONOS the First

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'IESpell’ does not appear to be fully compatible with IE9, I use Speckie which is.

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john bunyan

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I prefer Speckie (I have W7, IE9) See : Speckie

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john bunyan

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Chronus beat me to it whilst posting!

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carver

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Thanks for advice from the pair of you, will give it a try and get back to you.

I've been thinking my pc had lost some brain cells, or I had.

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rdave13

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I had to dump iespell when updated to IE9. Went with Speckie, as stated above. Once loaded and IE closed and re-opened go to Tools in the Command bar (you will have to enable it if not showing), select Speckie settings, then select more dictionaries (USA default), download English UK, close IE then reopen, go to speckie settings again and untick the box for English US.

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carver

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Thanks been using Speckie and every thing works so thanks to you guys, I was beginning to that my PC was suffering from dementia .

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