Spell Check Tools

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Dlashley
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Spell Check Tools

Post by Dlashley »

In older versions I used spell check to review my comments in scripts. Is this removed in 2015 or am I having some other issue by not seeing it?

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Spell Check Tools

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davidc
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Re: Spell Check Tools

Post by davidc »

Sorry, the spell checker was removed from PrimalScript, possibly in the 2012 version of the product. It was a feature that got little to no use. Seems you are the exception in this case.

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