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Spell Checker

Postby drgorb » Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:28 pm

How do you spell check the text in the Documentation pane? Or elsewhere in Poseidon for that matter.
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Postby [gw] Andrey Dekhtyar » Fri Sep 25, 2009 10:32 am

Hi

Poseidon is not a document processing tool, sorry, So there is no any spellchecker. You get what you type.

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Not a documentation tool?

Postby drgorb » Fri Sep 25, 2009 11:40 am

If Poseidon is not for documenting that what is it for?

UML is helpful but without written documentation it is very often useless. We could start an argument about my poor modeling skills but the fact that there is a "Documentation" tab, shows I am not the only one feeling this is useful.

As long as you provide a way to document things, adding a spell checker should not be a big deal. There are open source spell checkers out there.

Secondly, What I read from your posting is: what a dumb question.

This is no way to treat ones customers or prospects.

regards,
Micha
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Postby jackslatess » Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:18 pm

The support for spell check should be available, what do we use it for?
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Postby frsenergydrinkx » Sun Feb 14, 2010 9:05 pm

I agree, the spell check would be an improvement. How hard is it to add?
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Re: Not a documentation tool?

Postby ramsey75 » Wed May 26, 2010 8:41 am

drgorb wrote:If Poseidon is not for documenting that what is it for?

UML is helpful but without written documentation it is very often useless. We could start an argument about my poor modeling skills but the fact that there is a "Documentation" tab, shows I am not the only one feeling this is useful.

As long as you provide a way to document things, adding a spell checker should not be a big deal. There are open source spell checkers out there.

Secondly, What I read from your posting is: what a dumb question.

This is no way to treat ones customers or prospects.

regards,
Micha


Thanks ! It's my demand!
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