TinyMCE Spellcheck adds the spellcheck button back to the editor in WordPress 3.6 and up.
Everything worked great but it kept adding " " throughout my article's HTML which I had to go back and delete.
Great to have a non-Jetpack spellchecker and the basic functionality works great. However since 3.9, the spellchecker leaves all kinds of < span class="hiddenSpellError" > references in the HTML, the moment you switch it on; bloating the code, breaking shortcodes and embeds and much more.
Therefore currently unusable unless you remove all of these Spans manually, which is a ton of work as all unknown words are marked as well.
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