Spell Checking built into KTextEdit?

Christoph Cullmann cullmann at babylon2k.de
Thu Mar 6 23:10:57 GMT 2003

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On Friday 07 March 2003 00:09, you wrote:
> On Friday 07 March 2003 00:01, Jason Keirstead wrote:
> > Recently there has been a lot of work going on in the spell checking
> > area, namely check-as-you-type (KMail and Konq text entry are two areas
> > that come to mind). What I am wondering is if maybe this code can be
> > placed directly into KTextEdit so other apps can make use of it as well?
> > Just a function to toggle check as you type on and off, a function that
> > returns the KSpellConfig widget for the KTextEdit, and maybe a function
> > to set the highlight color, would be all thats needed to be added to the
> > KTextEdit API that i can see.
> >
> > If people are open to this idea I would volenteer to do the coding for
> > it, I already made a check as you type plugin for Kopete whose need would
> > be eliminated if this avenue was persued.
> Sure, I would like to have such an interface in ktexteditor and I would
> like it if somebody could talk a look at the katepart in kdelibs to add
> that function to it (which would show the difficulties in reality of adding
> such stuff to some part and perhaps give some new impression about how the
> interface should look) ;) (but even interface alone would be good step ;)
uhh, again I misread KTextEditor and KTextEditor :/

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Christoph Cullmann
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