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  • Re: Configuring Spell Check

    Eric,   I'm having the same issue, but we're running ASP.NET 3.5, which does not recognize  requestValidationMode as a valid attribute of httpRuntime. Any thoughts?   -Tim 
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by timwestover on January 22, 2014
  • Configuring Spell Check

    When I click the Spell Check button on the editor toolbar, I get the following error:  A potentiall dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client (CurrentText=''my content here'') My web app is using .Net Framework 4.0, if I change it to 3.5 the spell check opens fine.  I have tried turning off request validation ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by pdaltonmcsd on April 29, 2011
  • Is it posible to work on cyrillic with NetSpell on CuteEditor

    I've tried the Spell Check tool in Cute Editor, but I was unable to make it work on Cyrillic. I'm working with Cute Editor 6.6 and NetSpell. I've also try this in the official demo Cute editor, also it doesn't work with words written in Cyrillic, for example ''Проба''.
    Posted to Cute Editor for .NET (Forum) by Pece on July 8, 2010
  • NetSpell Stand Alone?

    Is there a way to use the NetSpell features that come with the CuteSoft Editor with a stand along text input.  I don't want to download the code from LoreSoft and have a second instance of the same system running.    If that isn't possible is there a way to DISABLE all the HTML EDITOR components so that even if you copy and paste ...
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by hurrikane on January 16, 2008
  • Integrate CuteEditor with Netspell:- cannot register dll?

    Hi i am trying to get Netspell to work with CuteEDITOR. When I try to register the dll on the server I get the following error: f:\bin\Netspell.SpellChecker.dll was loaded, but the DllRegisterServer entry point was not found. This file can not be registered. Any and all help appreciated Gary
    Posted to Cute Editor for ASP (Forum) by gbminnock on November 20, 2006
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