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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #50 on: November 01, 2006, 02:19:17 »
I just noticed that when It trys to correct the errors it inserts the correct word into the middle of the incorrect word not erasing any of the incorrect word....Here is the text I am referring to (already fixed it manually because I didn't know you needed it till after....

Re: Not what I expected after class...

Well I believe what was originally said was that OCdts not required to be addressed as Sir or saluted....As for referring them as Sir while instructing on there BMQ...I have never/will never as that would infer that I hold them at a higher level as there course mates when actuality I do not I treat all of them the same....As Recruits nothing more as they have not even begun to prove they are soldiers...Only that they think they want to be one....As for refreferring OCdts Sir while in unit....There has only been one in the 8 to 9 years I have been in that I ever refreferred as Sir and that is because he had achieved rank of MBdr (was on my JLC/JNCO course) and actually had a clue as to what he was saying unlike most of them that figure that they as a OCdt. with 8 weeks in uniform have any right or knowledge that would allow them to order me, a MBdr 8 - 9 years exp, around....Don't really care who there mommy or daddy etc not gonna happen....OK better sorry if I went a little off topic with that rant....

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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #51 on: November 02, 2006, 18:22:44 »
Tonight, the spell checker propose some correction, but didn't
always change something after that I click 'Change' ...
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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #52 on: November 02, 2006, 19:34:35 »
241,

I just spellchecked your excerpt and didn't see any mis-alignments. Is it possible the text changed?

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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #53 on: November 02, 2006, 19:47:48 »
That text was after I fixed it manually, I didn't realize until after I changed it that you said to post the uncorrected versions sorry...

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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #54 on: November 02, 2006, 19:57:16 »
No worries, we'll catch it next time.

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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #55 on: December 05, 2006, 15:51:00 »
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Did you install a new Spell Check?

It is all white now and you need to scroll to find the buttons, etc.  I tried dragging the corner out to make it larger and do away with the scroll bar, but it would not stretch. 
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Re: Spelling Checker Errors
« Reply #56 on: December 10, 2006, 11:00:40 »
Thanks George, I think I've fixed this now.


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