Spellcheck for Firefox

When version 1.5 of the wonderful Firefox web browser was released last November, I linked to some of the extensions that I have found most useful.

When the Firefox upgrade was released in February, I found that the spell check extension, Spellbound, was no longer compatible! During the last couple of months, I have visited the Spellbound website hoping for an upgrade that will work in the newest versions of Firefox, but it appears that the project has been dead since before the November release of Firefox.

Today, I am very happy to have found the Spellbound development version available on a different site. Even though it is not a release version, it appears to work great with Firefox, and it includes great new features.

This new version spell checks form inputs as you type, underlining misspelled words and offering correction suggestions if you hold down the ctrl key while clicking on the word.

Get the Spellbound development version at:

(And if you are still aren’t using Firefox as you primary web browser, download it today! http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/ )

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