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Dustyn
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Ontario, CAN
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[Updated] Versoworks Speckie v5.7.0



CHANGES IN SPECKIE 5.7.0: (31 December, 2012)
•Fixed a bug which showed 'Evaluation Expired' in the dictionaries list within the Speckie Settings.
•Added a workaround for a bug in IE 8 and older that could cause a crash under specific circumstances.

-Current Speckie version: 5.7.0 (31 December, 2012)
-Compatible Windows version: XP, Vista, 7 and 8 (32 and 64 bit)
-Compatible Internet Explorer version: 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 (32 and 64 bit)
-Commercial clients have access to MSI packages for network installations.

Installer SHA-1 checksum (SpeckieSetup.exe): 6ACD955E45094B0FF247C1B73F06C13ADBA758D8
Installer SHA-1 checksum (SpeckieSetup-8.exe): 8FB403B2D7594E329D66A6F05FACF0C8A69E9C7E
»www.speckie.com/dload


hayc59
Im Your Huckleberry
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David R.I.P.
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1 recommendation

Thank you D



deke40
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join:2003-01-23
Texas

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reply to Dustyn

Appreciate it.



Dustyn
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join:2003-02-26
Ontario, CAN
kudos:11
reply to Dustyn

You're welcome guys!



mjhouser
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join:2001-10-06
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Interesting, I have always used ieSpell. Now IE10 is spell checking as I type.

IE10
ieSpell v2.6.4
Office 2010


Dustyn
Premium
join:2003-02-26
Ontario, CAN
kudos:11

You have ieSpell installed under IE10?

If so is that not a conflict?
I'm not sure what the benefit to having Speckie or ieSpell installed under IE10 would be if IE10 (finally) has spell check built in?



mjhouser
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join:2001-10-06

I had ieSpell on my system before I installed IE10.

I must have missed the part about IE10 having it's own spell check.

A conflict? Not yet.