As far as spelling goes I am the stereotypical
enguner enginner injuner machine designer that is good at math. I need spell check. As a new user to Solid Edge ST9 from Solidworks, I was surprised to find that it didn't have a spell checker in the draft program. Our onsite Solid Edge adminsitrator didn't know it had a spell checker until I told him. I found the instructions for adding it to the quick access tool bar and tried to run it. I placed a text box with a misspelled word on the draft and ran the spell check, and it didn't find the obvious misspelling. I have spent several hours investigating why it wouldn't find anything. I found that our draft templates contain a few empty text boxes for various reasons (most of which I disagree with), and what i have found is that the empty text boxes will mess up the spell checker. Any text that is added after an empty text box is added will prevent the spell checker from working properly. If anyone has a solution for this (other than deleting the text box) feel free to let me know. I posted this in case anyone else runs into a similar problem. Hopefully this post will save you the several hours I have spent trying to figure it out.
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If you can confirm this behavior and have found a quick fix.
would you mind submitting this to GTAC for official fix...
please and thank you...
I can't actually confirm it. Must be file or environment specific.
I added one line of validation to the
Public Sub ParseString()
If String.IsNullOrEmpty(strTextStringToBeChecked) Then Return
Without this line the null error will be caught by the error handler and skips some code.
Maybe @Shotman77 could file it with their VAR and submit the file and reference this thread?
I just created the following IR for a real built-in spell checker, so if you want to contact them and pile on...