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SpellCheck (System.Windows.Controls) support for other Languages

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 16, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
Hi, I have a question about SpellCheck class. I use .NET 4.0 and I know that 4 languages are supported. I need to write an easy editor with spell check functionality. It will need to support Dutch language. Depending on when Dutch Language will be supported, the current project will go in different directions. Could you provide me any information about when it is going to happen (if it is going to happen)? With kind regards, Michal Bilinski, Meteo Consult, the Netherlands.

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Hi , i search in google , bing , cuil and all of searchs provider for the solution of this problem :


I get HTML content from HTTPWebRequest(because is much requests and if i use WebBrowser control directly i get a lag and video processing unnecessary)


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But this i think that is no real solution. (i tested , work , but not perfectly) * I write my own code because that post dont have source code.

for why you need to do that?

because i need interact with users after search , and use html's input to re-search again and process this file with all extern files is too slow

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it's really strenge what's wrong in removing expander from herarchy......

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