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    Language/dictionaries

    I have my Windoze, and Browser (Firefox) language and location set at
    English GB (or UK) yet on this and some other forums I get words like
    colour, favour, initialise and many others underlined as being mis spelt.

    Might it be that the forum server is set to Eng-US and thus overrides
    personal settings?
    Cheers MIKE.

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    Hi Mike,

    Yes, that is correct ... the server settings are for Eng-US.

    When I get the red underlined words for the British English, I right click and select 'add to dictionary'.
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