Mixed controls

Test the pure autoSearch method of WProofreader grammar and spell check initialization in mixed controls on an example of the div element and CKEditor 4 editor.

Unlike the init() method, the autoSearch: true method doesn’t automatically launch WProofreader once the text field is loaded. Click inside the text field to get started.

Enter you text here. Hover on the marked words for intant correction suggestions. To got the whole text checked at once, switch to the Proofread in dialog mode in the editor settings.

Enter you text here. Hover on the marked words for intant correction suggestions. To got the whole text checked at once, switch to the Proofread in dialog mode in the editor settings.

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Integration

Copy the below sample code to integrate WProofreader SDK in the mixed controls (HTML element and rich text editor). The demo uses an alternative initialization method using autoSearch: true.

To finalize WProofreader SDK integration into the editor or text field, please update serviceId value for the cloud product version or the service endpoint details (protocol, port, host, path) for the on-premise version. For more details, please read the documentation.

Customization

You can customize WProofreader with basic options right now. Choose a theme, localization, spell check ignore options, enable settings to better serve your proofreading needs. Once you’re done, click Apply. To reset settings to default, click Restore defaults.

Language
Theme
UI localization
Action items
Settings sections

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