Speckie 3.6 Upgrade

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  1. Daveski17

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    does this app have built-in updater ? or we must install newest over the top ?
     
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    I've always updated 'over the top'. It is freeware after all. ;)
     
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    Thanks Dave for quick reply ;)
    using it now. good spell checker
     
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    Thanks for the update Dave.
     
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    You're welcome abu, it just goes to show, even I use IE 9 sometimes. :D
     
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    You're welcome. It certainly beats ieSpell, that's for sure! :cool:
     
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    Never used ieSpell, but love Speckie though.
     
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    ieSpell isn't even inline! Speckie rules. :D
     
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    Hi, This is a new one for me. Can you tell me what it is? I am always interested to try new stuff. :) Thanks in advance.
     
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    Speckie is an inline spellchecker (freeware) for Internet Explorer. It works on both 32 & 64 bit. I used to browse a bit in IE 9 64 bit as it was a bit of a novelty browsing in a 64 bit browser, so a modern spellchecker was useful. Then I downloaded Waterfox ... I still run IE 9 a bit though. ;)
     
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    Oh really. Glad I'm using Speckie then :D
     
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    Ok thanks for the heads up. I never use IE so I guess I'm OK at Waterfox. :)
     
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    I only really use IE 9 64 bit when I can't run something in Waterfox. Originally I was curious about a decent spellchecker for IE, so I had a look at it. It's pretty good for IE. But like you, I'm usually in Waterfox on my 64 bit machine.
     
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