The spellchecker only replaces words that match in both spelling and case. It should do case insensitive matching. For example, if I wanted to replace all occurrences of "ths" with "this", all occurrences of "Ths" will be ignored and not replaced.
Changed milestone to M8, when I will revisit TextServices and Spellchecker issues.
Changing milestone to M9 since I don't have time to look at spellchecker issues yet.
I don't think it should do this--at least not by default. 4.x does not have that functionality.
Moving all spellchecker/text services related bugs to M11 since I will still be working on AutoComplete features through M10.
Moving some SpellChecker/TextServices feature requests and bugs, that can wait till after beta 1, to milestone M14.
Moving all non-beta1 bugs to M16 since I am going on sabbatical.
Move to M20. Also need to add option/checkbox on dialog.
moving to future milestone
moving back to previous owner
adding help wanted keyword
There's not much point in this being Help Wanted - unless you want to open source the spell checker :-) Gerv
Sorry, I'm going to call this one invalid. I checked Lotus Notes, Lotus WordPro, and even Microsoft Word. Noone does this. This is not expected behavior.
In the interest of truth and accuracy, MS Word's ReplaceAll is, by default, case insensitive and offers a "Match case" switch in the expanding dialogue accessed by the "More" button.