WebSpellChecker Server 4.9.1 Release Notes

Enhancements:

  • SCAYT 3 for Editable Controls:
    • Simplified default context menu: Removed Undo/Redo, Cut/Copy/Past, Help
    • Improved User Interface localization: 27 languages:
      • 16 default languages
      • 11 additional languages
    • Improved behavior of the spelling and grammar detection mechanism when underlining incorrect words or phrases
    • Simplified ignore words functionality: “Ignore all” command ignores all the same words and doesn’t consider them as misspelled within the text until the page reloads
  • SCAYT plugin for CKEditor:
    • Compliance and support with CKEditor 4.7.0
    • Improved User Interface Localization: Danish, German, Greek, Spanish, Finnish, French, Canadian French, Italian, Norwegian bokmål, Dutch, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, Czech, Polish, Slovenian, Turkish, Vietnamese
    • Improved behavior of the spelling and grammar detection mechanism when underlining incorrect words or phrases
    • Simplified default context menu: Removed Undo/Redo and Help
    • Simplified ignore words functionality: “Ignore all” command ignores all the same words and doesn’t consider them as misspelled within the text until the page reloads
  • SCAYT plugin for TinyMCE: Support and compliance with TinyMCE 4.6.4.
  • SCAYT for Froala Editor: New SCAYT Demo Sample with Froala Editor in the Server package.

Bug Fixes:

  • SCAYT 3 for Editable Controls: Iframe: Incorrect behavior when inserting text to the “Paste dialog”
  • SCAYT 3 for Editable Controls: Drag and Drop of the selected phrase causes “HierarchyRequestError” in FireFox
  • SCAYT plugin for CKEditor: “NotFoundError” when words are quickly removed from the User Dictionary in IE11
  • SCAYT plugin for CKEditor: Grammar: Grammar problem is still present even if this problem was marked as “Ignored”
  • GitHub #40: WebSpellChecker plugin for CKEditor: IE throws an error when spell checking is started
  • SCAYT and WebSpellChecker: Middle dot “l·l” is considered as a separator in the Catalan language while it shouldn’t