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Old 07-27-2015, 03:31 PM
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Hey Nick'!!! THAT sure sounds like it was an easy fix.

Here's two of the previous pics exactly the same as I sent them last time.
I can understand the spell check flagging a word but these two it didn't "like" but it didn't know why so there was no suggestion...
I added all those words to the dictionary. I'm still working on getting it changed to a different spellchecker but it's going to be a while, maybe a long while.
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We can pretty much set it at anything. But it affects the entire forum. I'm waiting to get feedback from the moderators of the other areas to see where we go next. It was originally set to be 3000x3000 pixels.
Now that I know what it was set to, 3000x3000, that explains why other pictures were so overbearing.
I guess 1024 was a pretty good guess and it certainly is better. The 1280 my phone is at isn't a whole lot bigger but your change is definitely better. I hope the other people find the 1024 automatic setting acceptable. In fact I hope it's better for everyone.

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I added all those words to the dictionary. I'm still working on getting it changed to a different spellchecker but it's going to be a while, maybe a long while.
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MasterWrench .. I agree with you.... what "problems" do others have with this site-???

As for the "add to dictionary", I tried that several times a long time ago and gave up. Now I just click "ignore" because they never seemed to "take" into the dictionary anyway...... Either way, it's a bunch of USELESS CLICKS. That doesn't happen here with this site..... So what if I didn't quite win the "Spelling Bee", LMAO....then there are also differences between the Kings English and Americanese....LOL
(The Kings English is the correct way BTW-!! LOL)

The difference is that this forum uses the dictionary in your browser while the other "dictionary" for SureTrack seems to be part of the site database.

I use Firefox so all potentially misspelled words here just have a squiggly red line under them for a "spellchecker", I can right click on it and get "correct" spelling suggestions.

the other is part of the site database I think...
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