I make use of the SpellCheckingCompleted event, but it doesn't fire when the user clicks the Close button. Could we get a closed event?
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answered on 08 Nov 2011, 10:14 AM
Thank you for this suggestion.
We will either add an event that will be raised when a user cancels the spellchecking, or we will fire SpellCheckingCompleted and add a property to SpellCheckingCompletedEventArgs showing if the user clicked OK or Cancel/Close.
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the Telerik team
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Is there any update on SpellChecker window close event / SpellCheckingCompletedEventArgs showing if the user clicked OK or Cancel/Close.
answered on 29 Oct 2012, 12:58 PM
A boolean property called IsSpellCheckingCanceled has been added to the SpellCheckingCompletedEventArgs that can be used in order to determine if the user clicked OK or Cancel. It should be just what you need.