Rad Spell Check Problem

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  1. Samrat Banerjee
    Samrat Banerjee avatar
    10 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2010

    Posted 07 Nov 2008 Link to this post

    Dear Telerik Support Team,

    We are having Telerik:RadEditor and we also have a button (just below the editor) named "Preview". When user click on "Preview" button "telerik:RadSpell" should check the spellings which user has entered in Telerik:RadEditor. This is the functionality what we want and it should behave the same.

    But we are facing the problem in applying it, which I am mentioning here.

    When we click on Preview button we are able to view the Spell Check window, soon after we are gets a big error alert having titled "No directory loaded. Set the DirectoryPath property before spellchecking." You can view the error by clicking on the link below.

    We have mentioned the directory path in the tag
    <telerik:RadSpell ID="RadSpell1" Runat="server" DictionaryPath="~/RadSpell" IsClientID="True" ButtonType="none" OnClientCheckFinished="SpellCheck_Finished" />

    The folder named RadSpell which we mentioned in DirectoryPath property, is exists in the location but it is empty. Are We doing something wrong? or the folder named RadSpell should not be empty? It contains some RadSpell  supporting files?

    Can you please provide us the solution or any valuable suggestions, So that we can able to resolve this issue in our application.

    Looking towards your great support.

    Samrat Banarjee
  2. Rumen
    Rumen avatar
    13197 posts

    Posted 11 Nov 2008 Link to this post

    Hi Samrat,

    Please, delete the DictionaryPath property and put the en-US.tdf dictionary inside the App_Data\RadSpell folder.

    For your convenience I have created a sample fully working project which demonstrates how to set the DictionaryPath property and spellcheck RadEditor from an external button.

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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