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Add spell checking to your TX Text Control applications. TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET is ideally suited to all TX Text Control .NET applications that demand feature rich and fast spell checking. TX With Text Control RapidSpell .NET you can integrate high performance spell checking into your TX Text Control .NET applications. TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET supports Windows Forms and ASP.NET and includes multiple dictionaries (UK and US English, Combined English, German (old and new spelling), Australian, Canadian). TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET includes integrated dialog and as-you-type checking and is completely royalty-free.
What's new in TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET V16
This release is completely based on the new spell checker interface that comes with TX Text Control .NET for Windows Forms. The implementation of this interface guarantees a very stable and fast performance.
What's new in TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET V15.1 SP1? - Bugs fixed:
The TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET dialog provides all the usual GUI features, add, undo, options, change, change all, ignore, ignore all, smart suggestions and double word detection. The TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET checks selections, whole documents with wrap at end, highlights errors, accepts manual corrections, allows user to edit main document during spell check and also supports an editable user dictionary.
The TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET provides the spell-as-you-type functions your users will expect. Spelling errors are highlighted as the user types, cuts/pastes, block deletes and loads files. TX Text Control RapidSpell .NET persistently highlights errors as the user continues to work (type, scroll etc). Right-clicking on a highlight presents a context menu with suggestions and options to 'Ignore All' or 'Add' to user dictionary.
The options form allows the user to store their own spell check preferences and also edit their user dictionary. By default, user options are enabled and stored under .NET's IsolatedStorage. Supported settings are: