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How do I turn off the spell checker

How do I turn off the spell checker

Tried to post this in the 'forum forum' but couldn't.

How can I switch off the spell checker? I find it really annoying as it’s changed my punctuation a few times when there has been nothing wrong with it.

You cannot turn it off. If it is on, there was/is a reason for that. Deal with it, until one of the administrators decides to change it.


sunny A day without sunshine is like a day without laughter :sun:

Originally Posted by sunshinekid
You cannot turn it off. If it is on, there was/is a reason for that. Deal with it, until one of the administrators decides to change it.

Do you realise how rude you came across in that post?

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
It should go off automatically once you become a “member”. But, it can be turned back on permanently. ;)

Thanks Thunder :-)

Hello,

UKDude welcome to Thunder’s place.

The spellchecker is there so that you do not make mistakes when you post.

Here at Thunder, you’ll find a lot of people makes quite a fair share of spelling mistakes or use some chat language.

This is not permitted and will land you into a lot of trouble like getting banned for example.

You have to understand that the moderators here at Thunder’s place have to deal with a fair amount of new members at this time of the year, most of them repeating the same mistakes and asking silly questions. Also, there are only a few of them available during the festive season and they are working benevolently.

Do not take Sunshine’s comment personally. She did not mean to hurt your feelings.

Anyways enjoy your stay at Thunder’s.

Take care,
Padawan.


I have decided whatever I do I will move forward in life

Sunshine is known to be fair albeit tough. And I think there might be a difference in flavor of the language in your two respective locations.


regards, mgus

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Originally Posted by UKDude
Tried to post this in the 'forum forum' but couldn't.

How can I switch off the spell checker? I find it really annoying as it’s changed my punctuation a few times when there has been nothing wrong with it.

You might find this of interest:
/forum/faq.php?faq=tp_faq

and this specifically:
/faq.html#faq_tp_start_here_newforum

From that:

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New Members can reply to any thread, in any forum, but can only start new threads in the Newbie Forum. Once 30 posts have been made, and after 14 days from registration, new threads can be started in all the forums (except the Main Member Forum, which requires Senior Member (300 posts) status) and an avatar can be uploaded.

So:

  • 1 - 30 posts or less than 14 days membership: You can start a thread only in the Newbie Forum.
  • 31 - 300 posts or less than 28 days membership: You can start a thread in the Newbie Forum and everywhere else except for the Main Member Forum.
  • 300+ posts and greater than 28 days membership: You become a Senior Member, and can start a thread anywhere including the Main Member Forum.

That’s why you could not post in the Forum Forum. With a join date of December 2008 and 23 posts at the time of this response, you are limited to starting threads only in the Newbie Forum.


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