New version of ieSpell now available.

Just thought I’d mention that a new version of ieSpell is available. Has been since late June, but I just noticed myself so I thought I’d mention it here. This handy little spell checker is a must for anyone who does a lot of writing to websites using Internet Explorer as their browser as it will check the spelling of any text in any form on any web page with just the click of a button. This latest version offers the ability to launch the spell checker from the right-click pop-up menu for web pages were the icon bar is turned off (such as the pop-up comments that MT uses). So, for example, just before I saved off this entry I used ieSpell to check it to make sure I don’t sound like a complete idiot, just a partial one.

Anyway, ieSpell is free, useful, and well worth installing. You can pick it up yourself by clicking here.

2 thoughts on “New version of ieSpell now available.

  1. Might I be so bold as to say that you rock, you Stupid Evil Bastard?  I have been typing it all into Word, spellchecking, then copying and pasting it into IE.

  2. All Stupid Evil Bastards rock. People don’t seem to appreciate it when it’s the boat we’re rocking though. wink

    Don’t feel too bad. I’ve done the write-it-in-Word-cut-and-paste-it-someplace-else trick a few times myself. ieSpell doesn’t do grammer so it’s not perfect and the dictionary isn’t overly extensive, but it can be taught words you use a lot so it’s a nice little utility. Hey, for free, I’m not going to complain.

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