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Spell Check and I.D.Icons
« on: June 29, 2012, 07:32:46 AM »
For my use, our Spell Check is currently broken. It no longer has an 'Ignore' option and without that gets stuck at the first word I want to leave in place or grammatical error I want to leave standing. (Like I often to use … in my posts, as you all know.) I will ask Kirk to see what he can do. He and Sandy arrive here in Washington State for the summer (from their home is Kauai) in 2 hours and 55 miniutes…(but who's counting.  ;)) Some or all of our pictures and icons that appear on our posts at the top left have also disappeared and my guess is that it's related to a recent WWU update. Once Kirk is settled into their little place down the road from me, I will ask for mercy. Sending love...
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Re: Spell Check and I.D.Icons
« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2012, 10:21:42 AM »
Awwww....have a great time with them!
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Re: Spell Check and I.D.Icons
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2012, 01:49:35 PM »
They arrived on time and we went out to breakfast. They are now at their place, probably sleeping off their red-eye flight. I'm in hog heaven, of course. :-)

Kirk says he has done no recent maintenance on WWU, so it must be a fluke from his migrating all of his 160 Websites to a new server. He will get on it for us as soon as he can.
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