As far as I know, the dictionary is a standard part of the download, for whichever localisation of Firefox you have chosen. For example, mine comes with US English dictionary. I believe that spell-check is on by default, but it can be enabled from a context menu: Right-click a field, and check "Spell-check this field." The problem is that there is only a visual cue of a misspelling, which is a squiggly red line underlining the misspelled word.Identities Infinite wrote:I never tried Firefox's spell checker mainly because I did not want to download dictionaries and I never understood how it works.
I did not know what the Internet was till I aged 15 so there you go.
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Identities Infinite wrote:Disposable phones with no contract are the only things I would use. I do not want any company knowing I exist; it is too much I had to acquire an identification card simply to have cheques cashed and not only at a banque either.
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