I cannot edit my hubs by clicking the "Abc" option. Till recently I had used the 'Grammarly' software too for finding correction. But now that also not working. Is there any change with the 'Spell Check' option? I am totally confused and clueless. Please help me.
Are you still experiencing this problem? I have checked the HubTool and it looks like misspelled words are still being underlined as they should be when this tool is used.
Yes, I am still experiencing this issue Please let me know how can I resolve this problem?
Could you please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a screenshot showing what happens when you use the spell check feature? That will help us look into things further. Thanks!
Sunil. I never use the Hub spell checking tool, as it will pick up American spelling, and as I am English and write in English UK, I find that the tool picks me up on words such as colour, traveller, theatre, and so on.
I write using Windows and use the English UK tool.
by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff 3 years ago
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by thebeast02 2 years ago
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by mrblueishmouvesky 5 years ago
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by LSKing 8 years ago
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by Sherri 8 years ago
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by Jack Lee 20 months ago
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