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gizmo_mathboy
  reversethis-{moc ... } {yobhtamomzig}

aerospace engineer by education, all-around walking cesspool of knowledge by nature, and professional grade slacker by choice. Sysadmin at a major midwestern university.
Friday April 12, 2002
01:18 PM

I like work

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I started off my day by doing some defect fixing. Is it a sick thing to say that I enjoyed it? I did hate it because it exposed a defect in the code, but I liked that I could find it and fix it.

Well, back to getting a spellchecker for Mozilla. Unfortunately this seems to be a very low priority task by the MozDev team. There are folks working on it but it's not a req for 1.0.

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  • Well, back to getting a spellchecker for Mozilla. Unfortunately this seems to be a very low priority task by the MozDev team. There are folks working on it but it's not a req for 1.0.

    That's a pity. I'd love if they could just repurpose ispell logic, and/or use the Moby lexicons [shef.ac.uk] crosschecked against, say, Webster 1913.

    It'd be KEEN if say, what I were typing in this textarea box had the little squiggle underlines under misspelled words.

    -- Torgo Lex

    • Man what are you smoking? Although having spellchecking for web forms would be wicked cool. I suppose you could somehow have the browser screw with the textarea/box element...sounds like an interesting and nasty itch to scratch...