The Editor Options page contains the spell checker option that is available to users in the content editor. Telligent Community supports Google spell check (which does not require the user to install it) and ieSpell (which does require the user to install it). You can also specify no spell check. The Telligent Community spell check
does not interfere with Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox spell check.
To specify or change a spell checker option:
Navigate to Control Panel Dashboard > Site Administration > Site Configuration > Advanced Configuration > Editor Options.
Select a spell checker option from the Custom Spell Check Module drop-down list:
- No Spell Check - This disables all built-in spell checking. If you browser/OS has built-in spell checking capabilities, they will still be accessible.
- IE Spell - Choosing this option enables the use of the ieSpell plug-in for Internet Explorer. This plug-in is downloaded from http://www.iespell.com/. You will need to install this (the download is an executable), and restart IE for the installation to finish. (Note: Firefox users will still be able to use Firefox's built-in spell check engine.)
- Google Spell Check - The Google spell check plug-in is an integrated engine that connects to Google's spell check API. Although the Google spell check plug-in provides a seamless experience across all browsers, it is less secure because your data (i.e., the post you are editing) is passed to Google's servers for spell-checking.
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