Spell Checking built into KTextEdit?

Jason Keirstead jason at keirstead.org
Fri Mar 7 13:32:09 GMT 2003

On March 7, 2003 07:20 am, Martijn Klingens wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Mar 2003, Rob Kaper wrote:
> > Yes, please. The check-as-you-type feature in KMail actually works
> > perfect and I have already missed it in textarea forms for websites. If
> > it's good enough for KMail, it's definitely useful elsewhere.
> At times it's annoying in KMail though because it is set to spell check
> either English or Dutch, but can't mix both. Ideally you could set a
> language for every contact in KAddressBook and use that as default spell
> check language, at least for KMail and Kopete. For Konq it makes sense to
> use the page's language, though I wonder if you can actually determine
> that reliably.

This though is more an issue of implementation in KMail / Konq than with the actual
spell checking integration into the text edit. Setting the language will always
be up to the external app.

Jason Keirstead, BCS

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