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Telex4 Re:Spelling checkers (528 comments)

For Konqueror at least it's not any extra code. Maybe some developers are used to having to develop everything from scratch, but here in GNU/Linux we have these lovely things called APIs.

Any KDE application can get spellchecking in forms with no effort. It comes with the KDE libraries. That's just a sensible way to do things, and one reason that Konqueror and applications like it will always require less effect to rock - they inherit improvements made across the platform.

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