Check the spelling of your Posts with Tiny Spell Portable

 

If you are like me, I am not a good "touch" typist, so I often misspell words because I did not hit the right keys.

There is a handy little application that checking your spelling in any windows application "on the fly". It is portable (meaning it can be run from a flash drive and does not need to be "installed" on your computer - just put a shortcut on your desktop).

It beeps when it thinks a word is misspelled (and isn't always right when you are using "jargon")

It may be found at http://tinyspell.m6.net/#download

enjoy!

You can add this on to

You can add this on to INTERNET explorer http://www.ieaddons.com/en/details/Time_Savers/ieSpell/ .Just right click on the page and do the spell check.Works good for this and other sites.

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Charlie. Nuvi 265 WT and Nuvi 2597 LMT. Android Here WeGo - Offline Maps & GPS.

Firefox

comes with a built-in spell checker.

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Expect nothing!, appreciate benignity!

Checks spelling as you type

Kwibbly wrote:

comes with a built-in spell checker.

Firefox checks spelling as you type. The add-on for IE is a manual spell checker. Better than nothing, I guess. Do they make a check-as-you-type spell checker for IE? Everything I have seen for IE are manual spell checkers. I won't consider any of the toolbar suites - too much bloat and my corp IT department restricts add-ons somewhat.

And this has what do to

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

Seems like a good idea

gerrydrake wrote:

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

It is in the "Open Talk" so it is not "Garmin" or any other "GPS" specific topic. Using a spell checker can make a poster seem more intelligent/professional. Also makes a post easier to read. Granted I'm new here but seems posted properly too me.

Internet Explorer automatic??

Boy do I need a spell checker. Is there one that works automaticly in IE?

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Nothing......

gerrydrake wrote:

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

And your post is helpful to anybody, how ??
Hint: It isn't, so what's the point ??

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Magellan Maestro 4250// MIO C310X

1 word sums it up, FIREFOX.

1 word sums it up, FIREFOX.

iespell

I use iespell, while it is not automatic, just right click the text box and choose iespell.

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Allan Barnett - Garmin nüvi 885T/765T/Pharos GPS (bluetooth) w/MS Maps on PPC

Nothing......

ka1167 wrote:
gerrydrake wrote:

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

And your post is helpful to anybody, how ??
Hint: It isn't, so what's the point ??

Looks like you got on the wrong side of the bed on the first of the year! grin wink laugh out loud

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

Nothing......

ka1167 wrote:
gerrydrake wrote:

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

And your post is helpful to anybody, how ??
Hint: It isn't, so what's the point ??

Looks like you got up on the wrong side of the bed on the first of the year! grin wink laugh out loud

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

Dup

Sorry about the dup left a word out on the first one. redface

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

IMHO

gerrydrake wrote:

And this has what do to with my Garmin?

This is not the Garmin forum, this is the Welcome / Open Talk forum. Something like spellcheck to correct spelling while posting in these forums certainly qualifies as "open talk".

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If you don't know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else. - Yogi Berra

Very cool

jgermann wrote:

It may be found at http://tinyspell.m6.net/#download

Haven't figured out how to make it work with poi-factory.

Firefox

Kwibbly wrote:

comes with a built-in spell checker.

Shucks, I was gonna say that... grin

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Michael (Nuvi 2639LMT)

one..

This is one little cool app. to have. It seems even more accessible and efficient then standard spellcheck for MicroSoft.