Spell Checking UI

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  1. Tarun
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    Apr 2011

    Posted 18 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Hi,

    The asp.net RadSpell has the following buttons:
    • Change
    • Change All
    • Ignore
    • Ignore All
    But, the silverlight version of the RadSpellChecker does not have all four buttons; instead it has only Change and Ignore All.
    Are the other two features not supported for silverlight version of the RadSpellChecker ?

    Also, Is there any way to customize the UI of the RadSpellChecker ? For example, is there a way to change the content of the buttons inside the Spell Checking ?

    Thanks
    Tarun
  2. Tarun
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    Apr 2011

    Posted 23 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Any information on this please ?
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    Iva Toteva
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    Posted 23 Aug 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Tarun,

    You are right, RadSpellChecker only supports the following operations:
    • Change - changes the currently spell checked word to the suggestion chosen;
    • Ignore all - the misspelled word is added to the IgnoredWords dictionary of RadRichTextBox and all other occurrences of the word are not marked as spell checking errors.
    With regard to the content of the buttons in the dialogs, you can easily change the strings, as the dialogs have been localized. The names of the strings that are used are:
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_Header
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_SpellingCheckIsComplete
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_NotInDictionary
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_ChangeTo
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_Suggestions
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_IgnoreAll
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_AddToDictionary
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_Change
    • Documents_SpellCheckingDialog_EditCustomDictionary
    • Ok
    • Cancel
    • Close
    You can read more about the localization of RadControls for Silverlight and the use of LocalizationManager here.

    Best wishes,
    Iva
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