Problem ID: 6466831815223077310
Entered by: Zachary Fisher

{ Spell Check | My Grammar } Bug #5,384,439,201,264,785,965

Sending out an email in Lotus Notes triggers a spell check process. During this process, I was warned of the following "issue":

Maybe it is my grammar that is rusty; perhaps this sentence structure isn't "legal". I'm inclined to believe that I'm right.

Regardless, it isn't a spelling error. So why am I being told that it is?



April 14, 2009 at 6:28 PM  
Comment ID: 2426054254097535766
Written by: Michael Bolton http://www.developsense.com

"Setup" should be "set up" in this context.

April 15, 2009 at 10:25 PM  
Comment ID: 8159835587937536321
Written by: Zachary Fisher


R speling erorz realy 'bugs' if teh meening comes acros? Has not the internet removed the constraints of traditional/proper spelling/grammar, thus creating a new kind of context that requires no adherence to antiquated standards?

But I'm being argumentative, defensive, and pedantic. You are absolutely correct about my spelling mistake. You are already better than the spell checker in my Lotus Notes installation.

Now...any ideas about "I? I"?

May 6, 2009 at 10:34 PM  
Comment ID: 3062832048018737881
Written by: Scott Seltzer

It clearly says, "Repeated word." You wrote "I" twice in a row with no words (just punctuation) between. I've seen this kind of thing before in other softwarew and agree that they should consider punctuation as a delimiter.

October 8, 2009 at 6:38 PM  
Comment ID: 3156064171782791628
Written by: Anonymous

If you'd like a young peoples reference book read The world almanac for kids 2000. Help with grammer, etc.

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