Archive for the ‘Auto-correction’ Category

Universal text-expansion for Windows

Saturday, September 30th, 2017

Text expansion is a handy tool for all the things you often type. Your own street, telephone number, certain phrases, etc.

An abbreviation such as asap# then becomes the corresponding complete text through text expansion. Without having to call hotkeys, menus or programs.

Unfortunately, Windows can’t do this by default. But ZeroClick Spellchecker can, by the way. Just enter it in “Options > Replace my words > Always replace”

For more info, please visit the webpage of our Windows auto-correction software.

Windows Auto-Correction 3.01

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

Auto-correctionThe new version 3.01 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. This update brings several smaller improvements for the auto-correction.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Windows Auto-Correction 3.00

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Auto-correctionThe new version 3.00 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. This version now prefers the words that you normally use and thus greatly improves the correction results.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Windows Auto-Correction 2.01

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Auto-correctionThe new version 2.01 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. This version contains some detail improvements and much bigger auto-correction-list with now over 23,000 entries.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Windows Auto-Correction 2.00

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Auto-correctionThe new version 2.00 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. This version contains lots of detail improvements, bug fixes and new features. We improved the typo detection in various ways, added an option to make the screen flash when anything is changed and it’s now possible to have more than 30.000 characters of user-defined replacements.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Windows Auto-Correction 1.11

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Auto-correctionThe new version 1.11 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. The update improves the support for multi-monitor systems, makes updates easier and has bigger correction lists.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Windows Auto-Correction 1.10

Thursday, November 29th, 2012

The new version 1.10 of our auto-correction software for Windows “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. The update improves the handling of Swiss German words, a tutorial during the first start and an improved recognition of abbreviations.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Auto-Correction 1.09

Friday, September 7th, 2012

The new version 1.09 of our auto-correction software ZeroClick Spellchecker is now available. The update has lots of improvements. The correction quality was improved in various ways and now also covers in many cases even the first word after a mouseclick or hotkey. Furthermore its now possible to defined shortcuts with # at the end, e.g. “f#->furthermore”.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Auto-Correction 1.08

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

A small but important bug made into the previous release, which caused the program to crash on some computers. That’s fixed with this update and furthermore the correction of its/ist is improved.

More information about the program can be found on the auto-correction page.

Auto-Correction 1.07

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

The new version 1.07 of our auto-correction software ZeroClick Spellchecker is now available. The update brings several detail improvements, like a better handling of accents. ZeroClick Spellchecker knows know about 15.000 typical typos and has algorithms and dictionaries to automatically detect and fix millions more.

More information about the program can be found on the auto-correction page.

Auto-correction for all programs 1.06

Monday, October 31st, 2011

The new version 1.06 of our auto-correction software for Windows, ZeroClick Spellchecker is now available. The update includes improved language recognition and is now better able to handle abbreviations within a sentence.

More information about the software can be found on the auto-correction page.

Auto-correction for all programs 1.05

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

The new version 1.05 of our auto-correction software ZeroClick Spellchecker is now available. The update is faster and improves the handling of html files and Dutch keyboards. The software now knows more than 13,000 typical typing mistakes and has algorithms to recognize and fix millions more.

If you don’t want to correct your typos yourself, you can find more information on the auto-correction page.

Autocorrection 1.04

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

A minor update of our autocorrection software ZeroClick Spellchecker. The new version 1.04 allows you to configure the hotkeys for the undo and to turn the software on and off. Furthermore you can now configure the length of the time window for the undo function.

More infos about the program can be found on the autocorrection page.

Auto-correction 1.03

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

The new version 1.03 of our auto-correction software “ZeroClick Spellchecker” is now available. The program now looks nicer, is compatible to third-party text module software and recognizes when you’re editing HTML documents.

More information about the software can be found on our new auto-correction page.

 

ZeroClick Spellchecker 1.02

Friday, April 1st, 2011

We’ve just published the new version 1.02 of our auto-correction software ZeroClick Spellchecker. The new version features an improved recognition of typos (and of URLs which shouldn’t be changed) and fixes a bug which could cause an “incorrect correction” in 1% of the cases.

For more info, please refer to the auto-correction page.