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



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Richard Shaw wrote:

> Strictly speaking it does not check the validity of domain names which
> is what I think you were asking. It does an automatic check in text
> boxes like the one I'm using now in Gmail, or in other forms you would
> fill out in a browser.

ok. i thought that was gmail doing checking. :)

i just looked in 'preferences' and found under 'advanced - browsing -
check my spelling as i type', which i guess had slipped from mind.

i do not find where there can be any changes made in language selection,
other 'enable/disable' in 'addons', which i thought was just for display.

live and learn. ;o)

thanks.


peace out.

tc,hago.

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