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Spell Check Custom Words

Started by SMF Customization Team, November 11, 2006, 02:14:12 AM

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RoarinRow

Quote from: JayBachatero on December 20, 2006, 12:13:12 AM
Get your host to install a dictionary for pspell.

you're right.  i'll get that fixed.  works on my other server   8)   thank you, very cool mod.

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jacbier

I have installed the mod but he does not work. After adding words the words I have add seems not to be recognized.

JayBachatero

Quote from: jacbier on December 28, 2006, 04:59:32 AM
I have installed the mod but he does not work. After adding words the words I have add seems not to be recognized.
What version of SMF are you using?
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jacbier

I am using 1.1.1.
There were two lines with 'Separate each word with a comma.' in my Admin panel.
After uninstall one line was left and this one works!  ::)

veldfire

Is there anyway to have it so that when a word is highlighted in the spell check a button for "Add" can be clicked and that word added to the list ? This way I don't have to go into the admin panel each and every time I have to add a word.

veldfire

Quote from: veldfire on April 21, 2007, 01:49:32 PM
Is there anyway to have it so that when a word is highlighted in the spell check a button for "Add" can be clicked and that word added to the list ? This way I don't have to go into the admin panel each and every time I have to add a word.

Kindred

repeating the same question is not going to get you a different answer....

Since no one answsered, I think you can assume that, for the moment, the answer is no.
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veldfire

Quote from: Kindred on April 24, 2007, 11:09:00 PM
repeating the same question is not going to get you a different answer....

Since no one answsered, I think you can assume that, for the moment, the answer is no.
Repeating the same question is much easier then typing "bump" however. Since no one answered I don't ass-u-me anything as I see hundreds of "no answers" across this board daily.

Incidentally, it would behoove SMF to have "support specialist" that have some bedside manner or tact as 90% of you suck with your belligerent attitudes and sarcasm. Take a look at iB and you will find a direct correlation between their demise and their lack of customer service.

TrueSatan

Veldfire...I assure you that, having done it elsewhere myself, the support specialist role is one of the toughest around...it grinds down those who do it with a workload that is simply enormous. It's inevitable that answers given with be as brief as possible when those giving them may have umpteen a day to type in. You have to do it to know how tough it really is. If anything the more work we can take off these people by answering others when we know the answers to their questions the better IMHO. Rather than complaining why not try to help?

Given that the coders here are doing what they do voluntarily any request for extra features (meaning extra coding and thus extra work) depends on the freely given time and effort of those coders...we can't expect or demand it. You've asked if somebody can do you a favour and write some extra code for you in their free time...so far nobody has offered to do so. Nobody has to do it and asking again is more likely to annoy than to get somebody to volunteer to help you.

Please be patient and if somebody wants to take on the task you're asking them to do they'll do so...if not then that's just how it is.

BTW I also admin a rather large site running on iBp and offering support for some parts of same....you wouldn't think it was dying if you saw the size of active membership there....personally I prefer SMF.

veldfire

Quote from: TrueSatan on April 25, 2007, 08:48:04 AM
Veldfire...I assure you that, having done it elsewhere myself, the support specialist role is one of the toughest around...it grinds down those who do it with a workload that is simply enormous. It's inevitable that answers given with be as brief as possible when those giving them may have umpteen a day to type in. You have to do it to know how tough it really is. If anything the more work we can take off these people by answering others when we know the answers to their questions the better IMHO. Rather than complaining why not try to help?

Given that the coders here are doing what they do voluntarily any request for extra features (meaning extra coding and thus extra work) depends on the freely given time and effort of those coders...we can't expect or demand it. You've asked if somebody can do you a favour and write some extra code for you in their free time...so far nobody has offered to do so. Nobody has to do it and asking again is more likely to annoy than to get somebody to volunteer to help you.

Please be patient and if somebody wants to take on the task you're asking them to do they'll do so...if not then that's just how it is.

BTW I also admin a rather large site running on iBp and offering support for some parts of same....you wouldn't think it was dying if you saw the size of active membership there....personally I prefer SMF.
Actually, I have first hand knowledge of it as I too started as a "support specialist" and worked my way to to coder. While I agree that it is a thankless job it is also a job that requires a certain level of compassion. Anyone doing the job knows that for the most part you dealing with "newbies" who haven't a clue about the code and when given crass or "brief" responses it in no way encourages them to learn nor offer help in the future. While in a perfect world your astute observation would be valid sadly it is not when it comes to issues such as these. As I said before, iB died due to the neglect of it's users via it's customer "support specialists" as they too had the same idea as yourself which is severely flawed.

IPB is not iB. Invision Power Board is run and coded by Matthew Mecham and Charles Warner who both were at iB which is Ikonboard when it was started but left shortly thereafter to start IPB so lets not confuse the issue.

Kindred

this is getting rather off topic from the thread subject...
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

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Orstio

April 25, 2007, 10:13:07 PM #31 Last Edit: April 25, 2007, 10:17:54 PM by Orstio
Back on topic then...  ;)

Quote from: veldfire on April 21, 2007, 01:49:32 PM
Is there anyway to have it so that when a word is highlighted in the spell check a button for "Add" can be clicked and that word added to the list ? This way I don't have to go into the admin panel each and every time I have to add a word.

It should be possible....

http://www.zend.com/zend/spotlight/spellchecking.php?article=spellchecking&kind=sl&id=4792&open=1&anc=0&view=1#notes

QuoteAdding words to the wordlist
Beyond the normal spell-checking dictionaries, PHP also supports the ability to create custom personalized dictionaries on a case-by-case (or user-by-user) basis. This is accomplished through the use of two functions: pspell_add_to_personal() and pspell_save_wordlist(). Their syntax is as follows, and should be self-explanatory:

int pspell_add_to_personal (int dictionary_link, string word)

int pspell_save_wordlist (int dictionary_link)

Note that these functions should only be used in conjunction with pspell_config_personal() (or similar). In order for a specific wordlist to be saved, the pspell_save_wordlist() function must be called.


http://ca3.php.net/manual/en/function.pspell-add-to-personal.php

Perhaps a mod could be written, or this functionality could be added to the current mod in a future release.

phpmycoder


synaptyx

Hello, does this mod work for 1.1.2 and 1.1.3?

TrueSatan

Yes it does...it has no version limiting.

synaptyx


ghscardinals

Hi I have a question, I installed the mod, but in the quick reply and reply there's not Spell Check button? 

Kindred

you have to turn on spell check in the first place, before adding custom words...
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

ghscardinals

I did turn on, but the SPELL CHECK button don't show on the reply and quick reply. =(

Kindred

this mod won't affect the button showing up or not...
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

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