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TX Spell .NET ActiveX Package: Powerful spell checking for your Win32 applications


TX Spell .NET ActiveX Package: Powerful spell checking for your Win32 applications

TX Spell .NET ActiveX Package enables you to add high-performance spell checking capabilities to your VB6 applications.

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Latest News
Service Packs for TX Text Control 16.0 and 17.0 released


Service Packs for TX Text Control 16.0 and 17.0 released

Already up-to-date? Recently, we released Service Pack 1 for TX Text Control 17.0 and Service Pack 4 for TX Text Control 16.0. These cumulative service packs are available for the Windows Forms, WPF and ActiveX versions of TX Text Control.

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TX Text Control User Reception @ DevConnections, Las Vegas


TX Text Control User Reception @ DevConnections, Las Vegas

Are you going to DevConnections, the hottest industry event this spring? You're invited! As a TX Text Control user, we would like to invite you to a casual user reception at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

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Converting 3rd-party user dictionaries to TX Spell .NET


Converting 3rd-party user dictionaries to TX Spell .NET

We have received many requests regarding other 3rd-party dictionaries and how they may be converted to a TX Spell .NET compatible format. We started a project to convert various dictionary formats directly into a TX Spell .NET compatible format.

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A recap of 2011 with Text Control


A recap of 2011 with Text Control

We have had an outstanding 2011. It is time to recap the last 12 months. We released new major versions of TX Text Control with exciting new features, introduced new products, received industry awards and sponsored many conferences and code camps.

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Latest Samples
Deploying TX Spell .NET in an XBAP Browser Application


Deploying TX Spell .NET in an XBAP Browser Application

XBAP is a very smart way to deploy full .NET Framework WPF applications in the browser. With .NET 3.5 and 4.0, that means MS Internet Explorer and Firefox. Of course, TX Spell .NET for WPF and the dictionaries can be deployed as part of an XBAP application as well. The following tutorial shows how to accomplish this task.

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TX Spell .NET: Creating custom context menus


TX Spell .NET: Creating custom context menus

Using context menus in TX Spell .NET is very simple: When connected to TX Text Control, the built-in context menu works out-of-the-box, without implementing a single line of code. But sometimes, you need to build your own menu or you want to combine two context menus.

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Latest Blog Entries
Porting RapidSpell to TX Spell .NET


Porting RapidSpell to TX Spell .NET

Our new spell checking component TX Spell .NET can be easily used to replace RapidSpell in your projects. This article describes the differences you might need to know.

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Upcoming community events and conferences in 2012


Upcoming community events and conferences in 2012

The year has just started and we are already planning the conferences and code camps for 2012. Text Control proudly supports many local user groups and code camps by sponsoring these great events.

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TX Spell: Performance considerations


TX Spell: Performance considerations

TX Spell .NET has been built from ground up to match the key principles of performance, reliability and accuracy. Based on our experience in word processing applications, we were able to develop a spell checking component that is tailored to the special requirements of such applications.

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TX Text Control's Smart Selection Interface


TX Text Control's Smart Selection Interface

TX Text Control implements some special mouse and keyboard assignments to assist with typical selection tasks. The following article lists these specific assignments.

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