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    I've installed this component so as to give a good overall editor to article writers however the spell checker doesn't work? In TinyMCAE I've installed the spell checker plugin and configured it this one will find mis spelled words underline them and give suggestions but the JCE one when clicked won't find anything mis spelled and I've made them glaringly obvious?


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    The JCE author runs his own help forum so I'd hop over to there for questions on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyw View Post
    I've installed this component so as to give a good overall editor to article writers however the spell checker doesn't work? In TinyMCAE I've installed the spell checker plugin and configured it this one will find mis spelled words underline them and give suggestions but the JCE one when clicked won't find anything mis spelled and I've made them glaringly obvious?


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    I am using JCE too and didn't know that it had a spell checker. It's not working for me either. I did a quick Google search and see that the CURL extension must be set up to run this.

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    Is this within the config for PHP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesleyw View Post
    Is this within the config for PHP?

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    There are two things to be done. First, edit php.ini, uncommenting this line:
    ;extension=php_curl.dll
    Second, download and extract the binary package for your version of php. Locate the file named php_curl.dll and copy it to \usr\local\php\extensions
    Then, restart services.
    I did this for the server on which I have set up Moodle, but not my Joomla server yet. I haven't much Apache/MySQL/PHP knowledge, so I hope that this works.
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    same here and it worked fine (not talking a bout JCE but another application that requires curl)

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    Any more info on this?

    I have Curl enabled and configured. Any other ideas why JCE fails spell check? I have tried every spell check option from the JCE control panel. Nothing works, including the JCE forum...;(

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