10-03-2013 05:09 PM - edited 10-14-2013 11:33 AM
// A Few Words
// This is one of a few tools I've come up with to better my online experience.
// This one in particular deals with community.us.playstation.com
// I hope this simple yet empowering script be of help to my fellow PlayStation community members.
// Comments, questions, please leave them here.
// If you like NativeSpell please take the time to rate/comment on its homepage.
Author: @Xuchilbara [Xb|7F] SevenFactors
This script allows your browser's native spell checker to run normally when using the community.playstation.com's HTML [WYSIWYG] editor.
NativeSpell is the result of my quest to revert Firefox's bug 905176 's patch.
Starting with v24.0, Firefox will start to obey the HTML5 attribute spellcheck="false" which completely disables Firefox's built-in spell checker.
Install NativeSpell to once again enjoy Firefox's built-in in-line as you type spell checking throughout the community.us.playstation.com forums.
1: Download & Install Geasemonkey from the Mozilla Firefox addons website.
2: Go to the NativeSpell's https://userscripts.org/ webpage and install the script.
3: Click on the lime green Install button found at the top right-hand corner.
This will trigger a Greasemonkey installation screen.
-The screen provides the end-user with information about the script.
4. Click on Install to install NativeSpell.
Q: What does NativeSpell do?
NativeSpell changes the spellcheck's attribute value from "false" to "true" thus allowing Firefox's built-in spell checker to work.
Q: Does NativeSpell run throughout the entire community.us.playstation.com?
No. NativeSpell only runs where is needed, that is all community.us.playstation.com pages that feature the HTML editor.
page http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/forums/post page/ http://community.us.playstation.com/t5/forums/post page/board-id~ http://www.community.us.playstation.com/t5/forums/ postpage http://www.community.us.playstation.com/t5/forums/ postpage/ http://www.community.us.playstation.com/t5/forums/ postpage/board-id~
All of this URLs direct you to the same /postpage/ HTML editor.
The above are the /postpage/ URLs then we have the /postreply/ & /privatenotes/ URLs. HTTPS versions are included too.
Q: Does NativeSpell work with other web browsers?
This is on the drawing board. If you don't mind getting your hands dirty with JS and want to help me expand NativeSpell browser support, PM me.