The Open Journal Systems users use embedded TinyMce editor to enter various information during publishing their articles in journals. Some users may need for various reasons spellcheck in order to make sure that texts they enter are spelled correctly. TinyMce developers developed one very simple spellchecker plugin that is not configured by default in the Open Journal Systems. There is free version and Spell Checker Pro version. TinyMce developers stated on the web page for Spell Checker pro that: A TinyMCE Enterprise subscription includes the ability to download and install a spell check as-you-type feature for the editor.
If you are editor, editorial board member or administrator of the site of your journal various payment schemes for spellchecking might not be affordable.
For general purpose texts you can use spellcheck capability of your browser.
But, if you need free, easy to install TinyMce spellchecker capable to spellcheck medical, scientific and legal terms you can consider using Nanospell spellchecker. The developers of Nanospell stated on their site that: It is perfect for secure applications and websites where user experience counts:
- Guaranteed dictionary availability across all browsers, including medical, scientific and legal words.
- Never sends your secure data to any remote servers: everything is done locally.
- Works in older browsers which do not have spellchecking capabilities of their own.
- No popup Ads
I supported some members of editorial boards to install it and configure properly in their Open Journal Systems installations. That is very easy and straightforward process which should not last more than 5 minutes and its icon should appear in toolbar of TinyMce editor in your Open Journal Systems installation. It is easy to install its dictionaries which can meet your editorial and authoring needs. However, please be aware of their licensing policy.