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    okay you know when you type in any text box it underlines incorrect spelling which I like..... but some things it doesn't catch how can i make it catch it for instance the i - I

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    Safari doesn't have a built in grammar checker, just a spell checker.


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    okay but how about when you are using iChat and you type in for instance im and a red bar comes under it it should be I'm but it doesn't give you that option or i isn't even underlined to be I

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    It's likely because "im" isn't any sort of word. Try typing Im and you get the same thing (even in the spell check built into this forum) i doesn't give you a red line because "technically" you haven't screwed put any sort of spelling, just the grammar.

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    so it cant fix the grammer?

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    No it does not fix grammar just as baggsss mentioned in the second post in this thread.
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    alrighty then

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    is there an option like windows office has for auto-correct? then he could make an "i" alone automatially change into an "I", or fix any other mistakes that may commonly be made.

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    thank you

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