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02/04/12 17:18:33 (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #19962, comment 3

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    44Yes, unlikely the rest of the TinyMCE related filters it only exposes the actual option there. As far as I remember the idea was that the list of available languages in the editor would be replaced for different locales, not translated. 
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    6 On the other hand it's been a long standing questions whether to keep this TinyMCE plugin in core at all. It adds quite a bit of PHP code duplication some of our API, uses Google translate by default which may go away one day, and is not particularly useful in all browsers except IE as they have built-in spellcheckers that are configurable, etc. 
     6On the other hand it's been a long standing question whether to keep this TinyMCE plugin in core at all. It adds quite a bit of PHP code duplicating some of our API, uses Google translate by default which may go away one day, and is not particularly useful in all browsers except IE as they have built-in spellcheckers that are configurable, etc. 
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    88It seems [http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2011/11/08/typing-with-speed-and-accuracy-in-ie10.aspx IE10 will include a spellchecker], so perhaps we should reevaluate keeping that MCE plugin in core. Seems better if it was an external WP plugin that would add it.