Probably the wrong place to post this but... when is the spellcheck feature on this site going to be fixed? Someone told me I can just download Grammerly on my home computer, but I don't have internet access on my home computer. Mostly, I just use college library computers and occassionally my friend's laptop when I'm at his house watching his mother.
Just type in any word program like Microsoft word or Abiword or Open Office. Or copy/paste it into a word doc to double check. (Really though, it's better to write in a word doc. Half the times I got lazy and typed in the editor last story I'd end up losing text and having to rewrite it. Mostly from accidentally forgetting to save before adding a link, or shuffling between tabs and somehow saving an older version. So it's better to type it outside first, anyway, as the risk of losing it is less and you get a backup out of it.)
I use Firefox and the advanced editor. I've never seen the spellcheck squiggle pop up. I tried writing various jibberish and misspelled words, but there was no spellcheck.
Okay, thanks for the heads up.
That's not convenient for me because I don't have internet access on my home computer. I can write the text out and then save it on a portable drive, but then I have to go to the library to upload it. Very time-consuming.
I’m pretty sure the RTE’s spellcheck just straight up doesn’t work. It doesn’t really bother me though.
I found it. It's in a drop-down. There's a menu at the top with the button you press to get to it.
I'm not sure if I'm using rich text editor. Normally, it's underlined misspelled words in red. Now it's not doing anything.
Okay, thanks, mizal. Um, where in my profile would I find that option? I seem to be at a loss.
Okay, now the spellcheck's not working. I'm putting my rich text editor back on because things are just more complicated without it. I think the site's been reformatted and that's why my spellcheck's not working.
I'll just copy and paste my stuff to spellcheck.net. Thanks, everyone, for your suggestions.