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    Ext-JS Spell checker


    hi,

    Is there any existing Ext-JS spell checker component? I want to have a simple checker on plain text area.

    Thanks!
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    It's hard enough to find a good JavaScript spell checker at all, not to mention one specifically in ExtJS.

    The jquery-spellchecker looks pretty decent to me. Have you considered it?

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    I've written an on-the-fly spellchecker for IE 6 (http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...lEditor.JSpell)

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    Lightbulb I've written a spell-checker component

    I've written a spell-checker component


    see here:
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...rver-based-CGI
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    Spellchecking is a nice to have for me, so since nearly all the latest browsers are supporting the HTML5 spellcheck attribute, I'm going with that. No plugins, no heavy ajax-ing.

    http://wufoo.com/html5/attributes/17-spellcheck.html

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    @dr-dan: Does ExtJS add this HTML5 attribute to its form fields automatically, or does something else need to be done or set?

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    No, I don't think so, use the inputAttrTpl config I guess

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    Default Unfortunately, many people use older browsers so they can't use it

    Unfortunately, many people use older browsers so they can't use it


    Anybody who likes to use IE and is still working on Windows XP (there are many of those among my users) will not have this capability. You'd be amazed how many times I still see people using IE 6!
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