No, I got a new PC and it had ie9 on it, when I installed ieSpell it went nuts with every replacement of a misspelled word. Left the bad parts in the
text box and jumbled up the words around the word being corrected.
In any case, Spekie is working now and it's great. I would recommend it to anyone using ie9.
i am not sure...but for a few mins it did not work for me either...then i shut down ie reloaded...went into settings and made sure spekie was
enabled...and voila....it started to underline spellings....try it....I have ie9 and this spekie works great for me in here...and all other text
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