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  1. @mLipok asked me to come up with an AutoIt example for this. So here's what I came up with, including an added bonus. #include <Array.au3> Global $oMyError = ObjEvent('AutoIt.Error', '_ErrFunc') Global $sLocale = 'en' Global $sCountry = 'US' Global $sWord = InputBox("Spell Checker", "File to check (empty for end)?") While $sWord <> "" Global $vSpell = _OOo_SpellChecker($sWord, $sLocale, $sCountry) If $vSpell Then MsgBox(0, "Spell Checker", $sWord & " is valid") Else
  2. This UDF was originally written by ProgAndy, who gave up Windows, and thus AutoIt, in favor of Linux. Apparently he was well liked and respected for his capabilities, and will be missed. I have been playing with this UDF and modifying it a bit for my own use and i wanted to post the code (permission was granted from ProgAndy after i finally managed to reach him). The original code is still available at progandy.de and is also added here as an attachment. My modified version is attached. You will need the ProgAndy version for the dll code and examples. I think this is a really cool project
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