Hello, all. As we continue to explore the MODx world, we would like our content creators to move from word processors to creating content directly in MODx. However, we need a spell checker.
I was surprised to see little discussion of the subject. I see that there is a plugin on the moxiecode site but assume that if it is not bundled with TinyMCE in MODx there must be a reason. I did not see anything in the repository. What does everyone do for spell checking (and even better if possible, grammar checking)? Perhaps Iâ€™m braincramping and itâ€™s staring me right in the face but I donâ€™t see it. Thanks - John
Firefox has a built-in textarea spell checker.
It may be that most people forget in the dev world forget that people in the business world use IE and it has no native spell checker.
Personally, I have always found that checkers in TinyMCE or FCKeditor type applications always have problems.
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Alas, the Firefox spell checker does not seem to work within TinyMCE or FCKEditor. Iâ€™ll have to give nmwebâ€™s solution a try when I have a chance. Thanks - John
Sorry to bump this old thread, the question arised from a client and I realized indeed the built in browser spellchecking doesnâ€™t work even in plain text mode with modx textareas (
Anyone has noticed this ?
Edit : I have tried the integration with TinyMCE it doesnâ€™t seem to work for me... digging...
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