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Posted in: Feedback and Suggestions on ConnectedCoaches

pleese, plesae, please...can we have an online spellchecker, please?

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    oh, and my %*!/&* computer doesn't think "spellchecker" is a word; nor "online"

     · Jon Woodward and Emma Tomlinson like this.
     
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    Hi Andrew

    I'll have a word with our platform suppliers and see if its on their "road map" for future upgrades of the platform. For something like this we are very much in their hands as to whether or not it's something that could be developed (due to the nature of the functionality). I'll be sure to reply to this thread when I hear back from them but it might be a week or two depending on their progress with the existing upgrade

    Cheers

    Rob

     
  • You could also try a different browser. Firefox has a spellchecker built in.

     · Andrew Beaven likes this.
     
  • Thanks, Denzil...but then I would have to use a different browser for sites that don't like Firefox...

    Still - thanks for the suggestion.

     
  • Thanks Rob

    If it can be done easily, great.

    If not, I can try Denzil's suggestion.

     · Rob Maaye likes this.
     
  • Hi Andrew

    I have only recently joined Connected Coaches and have not much experience of ‘posting’ but I may have a suggestion that might help. As per the example in the ‘How to Guide’, cut and paste your posts from a Word document. It is not too ‘clunky’ a process; it means your text is ‘spell checked’ and it provides a back-up, permanent record of all your posts. PS (have just tried this with this post and you have to ‘Control V’ to get text to paste in! So perhaps it is more ‘clunky’ than I thought!).

     · Andrew Beaven likes this.
     
  • On 22/04/16 10:17 AM, Barney Ball said:

    PS (have just tried this with this post and you have to ‘Control V’ to get text to paste in! So perhaps it is more ‘clunky’ than I thought!).

    Welcome to the ConnectedCoaches community Barney! I agree it is a bit clunky having to do that to paste text so I’ve added it to the list of things to ask suppliers if a paste button can be added to the editor to make things easier for everyone.

    On 22/04/16 10:17 AM, Barney Ball said:

    and it provides a back-up, permanent record of all your posts.

    Just so you are aware if you go to your profile and then click the forum button that keeps a record of every conversation you have replied to. For example see below of a screenshot of mine

    forum profile post image

    There are also some developments on the way as part of the new platform upgrade (we are currently testing) that will make it easier for you to find your content/activity and things that interest you on the site. Hopefully that will be done in the not too distant future!

    Cheers

    Rob

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