TurboWriter Help System
TurboWriter uses your browser's native spellchecker when you're typing. If you're using a browser with built-in spellchecking, then in simple form fields on TurboWriter pages, the spellchecker works as on other web pages you view in your browser.
However, when you are entering content into a TurboWriter editbox, the context menu that appears when you right-click on a misspelled word is not the browser's context menu, and you do not see a list of correct spellings or other spelling and browser options.
The reason for this is that TurboWriter's editbox displays a context menu with options for editing. For example, when you right-click in a table you've inserted, you see a context menu with options for adding new columns and rows, and when you right-click in a list you've inserted, you see a context menu with an option for setting list properties.
However, the browser's context menu is still available in a TurboWriter editbox: To see the browser's context menu in a TurboWriter editbox, hold down the CTRL key (on Mac, the COMMAND key) while right-clicking on the misspelled word, and you'll see possible correct spellings as well as other spelling and browser options.
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