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Re: Firefox: US English language pack not installed by default?



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Richard Shaw wrote:
> Maybe it's just me but I have 3 installations of Firefox on F10 (was
> F9) and I noticed that the spell checker kept wanting me to add e's to


i have not gone very far into f10 yet, as i am still trying to figure out
'new and wonderful' kde desktop.

i have used firefox from first release and have a question.

where is 'spell checker' used in firefox?

i use 'spell checker' regularly in thunderbird, but have not seen a 'spell
checker' in firefox.

it would be great to have when i fill in web address names wrong.

later.


peace out.

tc,hago.

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