I have a WPF control that contains a TextBox that I would like to enable SpellCheck on, as well as use a custom dictionary.
<TextBox Name="SpellBoxControl" SpellCheck.IsEnabled="True" > <SpellCheck.CustomDictionaries> <system:Uri>\\network-share\customWords.lex</system:Uri> </SpellCheck.CustomDictionaries> </TextBox>
I've managed to get this to work just fine by using a custom dictionary that is located on a network share (as seen above), however I'd like to use a custom dictionary by providing the HTTP URL to it. When I try to do that
<system:Uri>http://network-share/customWords.lex</system:Uri>, I get the exception:
"Only local file path or pack Uri is supported."
I thought you could create a URI from an HTTP URL, but maybe this is not the case with custom dictionaries and SpellCheck. Is there anyway that I can access/use a custom dictionary over the internet for spell checking? Or am I sorely misunderstanding the use of URIs?