What happened to that little red line?

United States
January 11, 2007 12:47pm CST
In the past when I made a spelling boo..boo, there was always a little red line to alert me of my error. What happened to it, does anybody know?
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6 responses
@wmg2006 (5383)
• United States
28 Jan 07
I have never recieved this on My Lot. I know it has been requested many times to alert us of an error or even give us a spell check. I have been here for a few months and it was never here. It is in many other programs though that you use. Maybe you were thinking of another program.
• United States
28 Jan 07
At first, I thought it was MyLot's system, but now I realize that it's the way my son's computer system is configured. I really spend a lot of time on his and I am really thankful for it...Thanks for the response...SS
@lilaclady (28238)
• Australia
23 Jan 07
I still get that when I am working on my webpage because I have made my page in Word so I still get it....thank heavens......:)
• United States
28 Jan 07
That must be what is happening when I use my son's computer, and I am definitely thankful for it, also...SS
@sunshinecup (7880)
11 Jan 07
That is strange, I never have noticed it on my side. I know I have misspelled words before. Maybe mines broke and it's contagious! LOL
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• United States
12 Jan 07
It appears as though I am the one with the possessed computer...LOL...Seriously, though, I think my older computer is the system with the glitch, over the weekend I am going to switch to the other one and see what happens...SS
@34momma (13893)
• United States
11 Jan 07
LOL!! i have not experience this. LOL i don't mean to laugh but this just hit me as funny. what version of word are you using?
• United States
12 Jan 07
Whenever I replied to a comment or posted a question, if I spelled any word wrong, that word would have a line beneath it indicating that the spelling was wrong.[for example when composing anything on WordPerfect] I am now thinking that maybe it was just my computer program on my other computer. I am now using a different computer and I haven't noticed that alert. I think over the weekend I'll use my other computer just to see what happens...SS
@BigBenas (944)
• Lithuania
11 Jan 07
I don't and i don;t understand the meaning of ti ... So what can i say more is just have a nice non rainy day .
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• United States
12 Jan 07
I am not sure I understand your response, I am clear on have a nice non rainy day, but not the other part?...SS
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
11 Feb 07
I think you will find that it depends on which window you are using to access the internet, i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox etc. Recently someone told me that Firefox has something like that as part of the program whereas it is not available on Internet Explorer as far as I know. Of course you can use spell check, but that takes a bit of time, so generally nobody uses it when in a forum. However if the information given to me is correct, then Firefox does it for you automatically, which lots of people find convenient. I still use IE because it is the one I know and am not ready to change over to something that I have no experience with. :)