Monday, January 04, 2010


I set m'y iPhone language to french to send someone a message in that lingo. I set thé language back to English, and the buttons and menus went to English, but thé durned thing kept spell-checking me as if i hadn't changed it. Now, after resetting thé language several times, it seems m'y spell checking is done half in English and half in French, and while m'y menus are English, thé text on thé buttons is all French.

-- Post From My iPhone

1 comment:

  1. Ever tried this? I've gotten some wonderful results. Type a foreign-language paragraph or poem into your English language word processor program and spell check it. Always accept the first suggestion.


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