We are clamoring for a spell checking utility. If teachers are concerned about this utility, we should be able to turn it on or off.
|Content creation and management
Most operation systems and web browser has a built in spell checker. You can see this when e.g. writing a new bulletin post (if it’s not turned off on your computer). However, we cannot use a spell checking in a good way in the rich text editor partly because the plug-ins demands the right click functionality that the spell checkers also use...There are however browsers/operation systems (Chrome on iOS I think) that mange to apply their spell checker in the rich text editor, but this is not a part of itslearning as such.