Aug 222013
 
 August 22, 2013  Posted by at 1:24 am Dev Environment, Uncategorized  Add comments

There is nothing more frustrating than recording a course for one hour, and then a week later during editing noticing a spelling mistake. Looks like I found a very handy Visual Studio extension, a spell checker!

Check out Visual Studio Spell Checker 🙂

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Download directly from the link above, or by using Visual Studio. Restart is required.

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And type away. The spell checker can be configured.

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To read about the configuration options visit the codeplex site, or simply select Spell Check from the Tools tab in you Visual Studio menu.

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And as you can see there are a few options available 🙂

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  2 Responses to “Thankk you – no thank you! Visual Studio Spell Checker”

  1. Because nobody remembers the FxCop spellchecking rules for resource strings, or uses a custom rule for spring cleaning string literals http://blogs.msdn.com/b/delay/archive/2011/06/16/speling-misteaks-make-an-aplikation-look-sily-new-delay-fxcop-code-analysis-rule-finds-spelling-errors-in-a-net-assembly-s-string-literals.aspx

  2. Nice! Some editors (like PHPStorm) go one step further and spell check your variable names, which might be a little extreme 🙂

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