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Can the user-dictionary spell file I have continually open by Clipboard Help+Spell also be shared with The Forms Letter Machine spell checker?

Let me re-phrase my question.  Do applications such as Clipboard Help+Spell and The Forms Letter Machine only open the user-dictionary spell file for write access briefly (when needed) so as to minimize write conflicts between these two programs sharing the same user-dictionary file?

I would also like to share the same user-dictionary spell file with the Time & Chaos 6.0 contact manager, if possible.  It uses the same brand of spell checker.

Clipboard Help+Spell / Calling the Modify Format/Case dialog box
« on: July 14, 2006, 12:31 AM »
Although I can open the Modify Format/Case dialog box in the 1.08.X version of Clipboard Help+Spell, I can't figure out how to open this dialog box in version 1.10.5 or 1.10.6 of the program.  I want to define a new regexp from this dialog box, but I can't figure out how to open it for the 1.10.X version of this clipboard program.   :(  Any ideas how you open it now?

This is a feature request to add SpellCheckAnywhere functionality to Clipboard Help+Spell, see  Basically, you press the F11 key to spell check the text box your curser is in.

Currently, with Clipboard Help+Spell, I have to [1] Select All (Ctrl-A), [2] Capture/View/Spell (Ctrl+Alt+V hotkey), [3] select each underscored word to correct, then [4] copy clip back to the last active window.  If I can do all that by just pressing the F11 key, that would be great.  Also, there's no need to actually involve the clipboard itself in this operation; if it's contents can be preserved, that would be preferred.  However, it would be nice to save the text box contents (being spell checked) into a new buffer within Clipboard Help+Spell so the original uncorrected version is temporarily preserved.

SpellCheckAnywhere is selling for $30, so if Clipboard Help+Spell could function like this, it should get quite popular.  :)

Clipboard Help+Spell / Using the "Quick Add Note" hotkey
« on: July 02, 2006, 12:04 AM »
I press the Ctrl+Alt+A hotkey to start a Quick Add Note.  I finish my note, but how do I now get this note to appear on the clipboard or as a new clip in Clipboard Help+Spell?  Am I suppose to press and certain key combination to send this new note into the CHS database?

BTW, my video card is setup for 120 DPI, so some of the dialog box for the note is cut off.  Is that normal?

Backup Guide / Restoring data to a larger system drive
« on: June 21, 2006, 08:48 AM »
Usually it's older drives that fail and usually you replace older drives with larger ones.  So will Genie or Paragon (or something else) let you restore to a larger drive?  I e-mailed Acronis, and they said their product would only restore to drives of like size.  :(

If you're restoring the system device to a drive of unlike size, will the boot blocks get restored correctly, or would you need to use the OS to rewrite those?  I'm assumng the latter, but since these backup utilities are designed specifically for Windows, perhaps they are smart enough to restore the boot blocks in the right places for the new disk size too (Or does that sound too dangerous?).

What I really want to do is be able to upgrade the system device using the backup utility when it's necessary.  Is there a backup utility that can do this?

Clipboard Help+Spell / Doing an append to the clipboard
« on: June 17, 2006, 11:06 PM »
How can I keep appending stuff to the clipboard in v1.08.01 of Clipboard Help+Spell?  Is there a hotkey or something that let's me do this?

Thanks in advance.

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