Spelling 101

Okay, I'm going to cut straight to the chase here, people NEED to use spell check on their Instructables I've seen a butt load of crappy ones that I can't even understand, let alone read (not mentioning any names *cough* Knex *cough*). Okay so here's some helpful hints.

I mean holy crap is this elementary copy and paste it from Instructable into word then hit spell check, I know it doesn't really work for grammar but its better than nothing.

2. Dictionary Tooltip If you have Firefox which you should, this is just a spell checker that works in Firefox.

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Kiteman10 years ago
Agreed. (But I'm the sort of person that uses full and correct language and punctuation in text messages, emails and the (rare times) I use instant messageboards.) Oh, and "color" has a "u" in it ...
TheCheese9921 (author)  Kiteman10 years ago
Only if your British, or are old, lol
Or both. I even use full sentences and grammar in phone text messages.
me too and i'm only 15 ;-P
TheCheese9921 (author)  Kiteman10 years ago
that must take foreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever to write
I do it too, and it actually goes reasonably quick when using T9/Word, because the dictionaries they use (at least on my phone) have few to no acronyms and abbreviations. And my phone has no option for adding extra words. So it works. I'm still a relatively slow texter, but that because i just suck at the whole keypad typing thing; I would still be just as slow if I used abbreviations and such.
t9 sucks... i just type it out.
You missed the point of my point - if your gonna use chat abbreviations, they yes, T9 does suck since it mostly has 'real' words in its dictionary, but when you don't use chat abbreviations, like me, it actually works pretty well.
Let's just say it encourages clarity of expression.
canida Kiteman10 years ago
I'm known for using semicolons in IM chats.
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