Effective Date: May 15, 2017
WebSpellChecker team is keeping working hard and excited to announce our next release – 4.8.9. We continue improving our main product, SpellCheckAsYouType (SCAYT), not only with new features and other enhancements but also build new solutions based on it.
1. Custom SCAYT for Rich Text Editors
With this release we are happy to introduce a modern customizable solution for rich text editors with flexible integration – SCAYT for Rich Text Editors.
It is intended for advanced web developers who are seeking to add the spell check as you type functionality to rich text fields of a web-based system.
The Custom SCAYT for Rich Text Editors inherits all the current functionality of SCAYT and provides the extended API that allows web developers to integrate and customize SCAYT taking into account their needs and requirements. Moreover, now it’s possible to manage and configure the work of standard SCAYT modules (UI – Context Menu and Dialog, Drag&Drop, Undo/Redo, Clipboard – Copy&Past) by enabling/disabling them.
We are excited to share with you a demo of the existing integration of SCAYT for Rich Text Editors with Froala WYSIWYG Editor. Now SCAYT is built in by default with Froala Editor!
2. SCAYT plugin for CKEditor: Improved User Dictionary Management
The improved User Dictionary introduces a new interface for words management in the personal dictionary. Now SCAYT users are able not only to add new words to their dictionaries but also remove particular words and view the whole list of words saved in the dictionary. All this can be done from a simple interface of the “Dictionary” tab.
3. SCAYT 3 for Editable Controls: Enhanced Functionality and User Interface
Back in February 2017 we announced the first stable release of SCAYT 3 for Editable Controls. We didn’t stop there and keep on improving our SCAYT. The next updates are included in this release:
- Localized user interface for 27 languages (16 default and 11 additional languages)
- Movable SCAYT dialog
- Improved user interface and styles of the new SCAYT theme
- Updated User Dictionary flow and the mechanism of marking misspelled words
- Enhanced work of the SCAYT context menu on touch devices
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request the latest version of the WebSpellChecker application.