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  1. WebGeek
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    For some reason my spell check looks like it can not find its associated css file.  Any suggestions?
  2. Sean
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    Hi,

    I am assuming this is when you are editing a GenericContent control on a page?  If so what you need to do is change the Skin Property to Default2 of the RadEditor control of the EditorTemplate.ascx file found under /Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/GenericContent

    This is because the Spell Control doesn't have a Sitefinity Theme but has a Default2 one.

    This works for me, Telerik please correct me if I am wrong on this one...

    Hope that helps
    Sean
  3. Rebecca
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    Hi James,

    Sean is absolutely right. Open the ~/Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/GenericContent/EditorTemplate.ascx file and change the following:

    <radE:RadEditor runat="server" ID="RadEditor1"
        ConfigFile="~/Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/EditorConfigFile.xml"
        SkinsPath="~/Sitefinity/Admin/Themes/Default/Skins/Editor/"
        Skin="Default2"
        Height="360" Width="98%">                           
    </radE:RadEditor>

    All the best,
    Rebecca
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  4. bnye
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    This doesn't seem to help the Blogs spell check. Am I missing something simple here?
  5. Sean
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    Hi Ben,

    This is because the Blogs Module uses a different control Template to the one that the GenericContent Module does.

    So the file you are looking for in this case is:
    ~/Sitefinity/Blogs/ControlTemplates/GenericContent/EditorTemplate.ascx

    This is the same for any of the other inclusive modules.  If you look in the web.config file you can see which of the templates are in use by each module.

    Cheers
    Sean
  6. bnye
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    Ah ha. It was this one...

    editTemplate="~/Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/Blogs/ControlPanelEdit.ascx"

    and this one...

    insertTemplate="~/Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/Blogs/ControlPanelInsert.ascx"

    They had no skinspath or skinid

    Also, just out of curiosity. It looks like the spell check is the slightly older version.
  7. Rebecca
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    Hi bnye,

    Yes, you are right that the official release of Sitefinity is shipped with RadSpell 3.1.0.0 .
    RadSpell 3.1.1.1 of May 21 will be included in the Service pack.

    In the meantime, you can also try the ajax spell check. Just add this tool in the ~/Sitefinity/Admin/ControlTemplates/EditorToolsFile.xml  file:

     <tool name="SpellCheck" shortcut="F7"  enabled="false"/>

     <tool name="AjaxSpellCheck" shortcut="F7"  enabled="true"/>

    Regards,
    Rebecca
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  8. bnye
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    Oh...I was just thinking of the AjaxSpellCheck. The AjaxSpellCheck is the newer version I was thinking of.

    Thanks,

    Ben
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