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I'm using the Suggest Spelling window, but still see a strange window appear across the bottom of my screen.
Read this FAQ for an explanation of what this window is. Turn off the preference to Automatically open near the error in Spell Catcher Preferences, Interactive
- 2005-01-19 - Similar Articles

Using Pop-up Suggestions and Completion with Apple's Address Book
There are some known issues with the input method support in the automatically-resizing text fields used when editing cards in the Address Book application. These problems pre
- 2005-01-19 - Similar Articles

Setting your Spell Catcher X Preferences for Mail and other "problem" apps on Tiger
Required Application-Specific Settings for Spell Catcher X 10.2.1 and Later on Tiger First things first - update your Spell Catcher X 10.2 installation to 10.2.3! Spel
- 2006-12-21 - Similar Articles

Using Spell Catcher X with Pages 1.x and Keynote 2.x
UPDATE: The problem with the "Make replacements directly..." feature has been fixed in Pages 2.x and Keynote 3.x. This work-around is not necessary for these newer
- 2006-03-10 - Similar Articles

When using the new pop-up suggestions/completions list, a strange window appears across the bottom of my screen. What's up with that?
You're seeing - perhaps for the first time since you've been using a Mac - something that's been a part of the Mac OS since the early 1990's (System 7.1 era). In applications
- 2006-04-01 - Similar Articles

Spell Catcher X 10.2.2 - Check Selection disabled in AppleWorks 6, Eudora 6.x, Adobe GoLive, and Netscape
Updated for Spell Catcher X 10.2.3 This fix has been rolled into Spell Catcher X 10.2.3. We strongly recommend you update to version 10.2.3 rather than using the input
- 2006-12-21 - Similar Articles

Using Spell Catcher X with Outlook 2011
This article applies only to Spell Catcher X 10.3.3 and later, running on 64-bit Macintosh hardware on Mac OS X 10.6.x (Snow Leopard). These settings avoid a h
- 2010-11-08 - Similar Articles

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