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Starcar's Comment
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ah.....for those of us that have to look at the keyboard when we type...or have temporary alzheimers.................would a spell check be to hard to do ??

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Steve Marshall's Comment
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ah.....for those of us that have to look at the keyboard when we type...or have temporary alzheimers.................would a spell check be to hard to do ??

I totally agree. But if you use Google Chrome it has a spell checker built in.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Brett Aquila's Comment
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Actually, all of the "good browsers" have spell check built in. And by "good browsers" I mean not Internet Explorer.

For instance, I use Google Chrome. When I'm typing into the box it will underline misspelled words in red. When I right-click on the underlined word it will give me the correct spelling. I know Firefox has this also.

Now even in the browsers that have spell check built in you might have to enable it in the settings. I'm not sure if it's enabled by default or not.

Starcar's Comment
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Brett, you are making this entirely to hard on this old woman !!! Now I haveta figure out how to change my browser....Is that something that will pluck my eyebrows ?? Never mind...I'll look that up too.

Starcar's Comment
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Ok...I changed my browsershocked.png And now my smilies smile.gif Show up where they are supposed to bedancing-banana.gif Thank you Brettthank-you-2.gif

David's Comment
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Ok...I changed my browsershocked.png And now my smilies smile.gif Show up where they are supposed to bedancing-banana.gif Thank you Brettthank-you-2.gif

does your spell check work too?? lol

Starcar's Comment
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Yeah...the spell check works...but I about poked my eye out tryin' to get my mouse to pluck em, after I got my new BROW ZER. wtf.gif

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Ok...I changed my browser...And now my smilies show up where they are supposed to be...Yeah the spell check works

Hey, that's fantastic news!!! Which browser are you using, Chrome or Firefox?

Wow, if you just switched away from an older version of Internet Explorer, your web surfing experience has gone through a major upgrade! You're gonna love it!

EngineeringMother's Comment
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Hello girlfriend! So glad to see you made it. I will be checking in on the Trucker's Wife/Female Driver forum you are moderating, too. And no, I do not think you are narly. Refreshingly honest, practical and upbeat, yes. And I love you for it. thank-you-2.gif

Roadkill (aka:Guy DeCou)'s Comment
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ah.....for those of us that have to look at the keyboard when we type...or have temporary alzheimers.................would a spell check be to hard to do ??

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I totally agree. But if you use Google Chrome it has a spell checker built in.

Firefox seems to as well..

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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