Addict Component Suite is a set of VCL components for Borland Delphi/C++ Builder (wide range of Borland/Turbo IDE versions are supported).
The suite is designed to solve spell-checking issues once and for all: virtually any scenario of checking is easily supported with highly customizable controls.
The basic option is the dialog-based spell-check: you click on the «check» item and see the dialog with misspelled words shown one by one. You can select a word in the checked text and obtain suggestions for the replacement and buttons for ignoring/replacing. This Addict suites option (performed through the TAddictSpell3 component) can be performed on virtually any Delphi editing control, including the complex ones, like TStringGrid. Several controls check-through at once are also available.
Addict also provides a «live spell» control (TAddictRichEdit), which is basically RichEdit + the capability to underline misspelled words and provide the ignore/replace context menu.
Addict suite also provides Thesaurus-related components.
All dialogs Addict provides (spell-checking, thesaurus, and settings) are highly customizable, so the users of your application would see only those options you want them to see.
Finally, Addict grants developer access to its low-level APIs like splitting text into words and deciding whether word is misspelled.
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