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[Bug 11592] Browsers use customizable dictionaries to correct spelling and tend to mark some names as wrong, that it shouldn't. Maybe each website can inform the browser of words/names it expects to be used and add it (in the scope of that page) to the exceptions. If

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=11592

John Drinkwater <john@nextraweb.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from John Drinkwater <john@nextraweb.com> 2011-01-13 15:39:33 UTC ---
How would you propose such a thing, using a datalist linked to the textfield?
What happens if the user isnít in the same language? should the word list just
be for names? Can imagine it may be useful for a code editor to validate
keywords, but then the javascript route is more common.

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