Posts tagged "squiggly"

June 20, 2011

Squiggly en francais? Mais oui! Squiggly Update Released to Labs

Squiggly prerelease 6 has been released with support for French! In addition, we have added support for RichEditableText controls, and the ability to load dictionaries incrementally to avoid any UI freeze at load time. Please see the release notes for more details.

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February 8, 2011

Squiggly update released to Labs

Squiggly prerelease 5 is now available to try. Tested with the latest Flash Player 10.2 release.

Squiggly now directly supports TLF TextFlow. We have also exposed Hilighter, Tokenizer, and Configuration classes to allow for greater customization of Squiggly’s behavior. Please see the release notes for more details. Download the Squiggly package

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September 24, 2010

Preview 4 of the Squiggly spell-checking library is now available

Squiggly prerelease 4 has been released! This is a bug fix release that addresses a handful of issues reported against prerelease 3.

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March 30, 2010

Squiggly Prerelease 3 Now Available on Labs!

Squiggly prerelease 3 has been released! This update adds support for spell checking in Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, and support for the popular OpenOffice (Hunspell) dictionaries for these languages. Please see the release notes and updated ASDoc for more details.

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September 21, 2009

Squiggly Now Available on Labs

Squiggly is a spell checking engine for Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR. The Squiggly library allows you to easily add spell checking functionality in any Flex 3 based text control. The distribution package consists of a utility for building your own spelling dictionaries, a sample English dictionary, an Action Script package that checks individual words for spelling accuracy, and sample code that demonstrates “check as you type” functionality — see the online demo. While the included UI class requires the Flex SDK, the core spell checking engine can be used in pure Flash applications without any dependency on Flex packages.

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