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Topic: Webspellchecker ? For Sogo is it possible to get a free checker ?

I really like this product, (Sogo front end)   but  its seems the spellchecker  is a payed version if you do not
like to have banners show up --->   https://webspellchecker.com/

Is there a way to get for example like the free package http://aspell.net/    installed or something
open source ?  That is the only negative point i could find ....


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Re: Webspellchecker ? For Sogo is it possible to get a free checker ?

You have to ask in SOGo mailing list or bug tracker:
https://sogo.nu/support.html

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Re: Webspellchecker ? For Sogo is it possible to get a free checker ?

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

You have to ask in SOGo mailing list or bug tracker:
https://sogo.nu/support.html


There seems to be an older version https://github.com/WebSpellChecker/cked … ugin-scayt
With a more open license.    https://github.com/WebSpellChecker/cked … LICENSE.md

Dont know if this can be implemented, and if it is compatible or will work   roll

Some other info:   https://www.mail-archive.com/search?q=W … %40sogo.nu

Mhhhh   my mistake ,  It is provided with a banner  sad  sad


The default version of SCAYT plugin for CKEditor 4 is using the free services of WebSpellChecker. It is provided with a banner ad and has some limitations.


Update !!   Here a workaround so you can use google translate for example. Did test it works big_smile big_smile

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/370 … n-ckeditor

The   file you need to edit is at this location:     /usr/lib/GNUstep/SOGo/WebServerResources/js/vendor/ckeditor
Then edit this file:    config.js