User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X; en; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20090327 Camino/1.6.7 (like Firefox/126.96.36.199pre) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X; en; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20090327 Camino/1.6.7 (like Firefox/184.108.40.206pre) The spell checker in Google's email does high light incorrect spelling, however it does not put the selected correct word back into the document Reproducible: Always Actual Results: Does not put the selected word back into the Google email document Expected Results: Replaces the selected word back into the email, like other browsers.
This sounds like bug 405715, but once again I can't reproduce it (in either 1.6.7 or a nightly). - Is this specific to any particular mode (composing a new email, replying to an existing thread, etc.)? - What *exactly* are you doing to try to correct words? - Does this happen with run using Troubleshoot Camino (<http://pimpmycamino.com/parts/troubleshoot-camino>) ?
Composing a new email and then checking the spelling prior to sending. Gmail highlights in yellow incorrect spelling of the words and then presents possible choices, upon selecting the correct word it doesn't replace the original incorrect spelled word. It's that simple. Mike.
Please give specific steps for what you are doing (what you are clicking on, and where) when you say "then checking the spelling prior to sending", because I'm still not sure what UI this is or how you are triggering it. The only gmail-specific spellcheck-check I'm aware of is the "Check Spelling" link on the right above the compose box, and when I click it any misspelled words turn bold red and are underlined, which doesn't match your description. Again, does this happen when running under Troubleshoot Camino?
Nevermind, I see. The UI is different depending on whether or not you are in Rich Text or Plain Text mode, and I was looking at Plain Text. In rich text mode I can reproduce this in 1.6.7, but not trunk, so WFM (probably due to midas focus fixes, but I'm not sure enough to dup it.) This will work correctly in Camino 2.