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XAML Spell Checking September 27, 2006

Posted by Hank Wallace in Programming.
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Xamlog writes about Spell Checking with Text-based Controls in XAML. This is an interesting example, but I am not convinced that spell checking belongs in the presentation layer. What do you think?

Here is an examples for a text box and rich text box:

<TextBox SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True">
    A "mispelled" word is underlined with a wavy red line.
</TextBox>

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1. Tim Jarrett - September 28, 2006

My concerns would be that with a presentation layer spellcheck, it would be challenging to create a common glossary. But if the functionality already lives in the .Net Framework, at least there’s no additional deployment required.

2. hankwallace - November 9, 2006

It’s not really a presentation layer spellcheck. The attribute that determines if spellcheck is enabled might exist in the presentation layer, but the support for it is in the .NET Framework. I will admit that I haven’t looked deep enough into this feature to recommend it. My hope is that it isn’t simply “demo-ware” and that the feature is extensible.


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