One of the cool features in Firefox is its built-in spell-checker. In fact I cannot live without spell-checker either in office or web applications, especially when writing an new blog post. But it used to annoy me each time I write the word "favourite" this way. I even started to believe that my spelling was wrong. But today I knew the reason after seeing this link. And the good news is that you can download different dictionaries for Firefox - including the one for British English - that work with the spell-checking feature in it.
And now, I can simply write words like "Colour", "Favourite", "Centre", and "Criticise" without Firefox bugging me any more.
Special thanks for Lady Banana who gave me the link to Firefox dictionary files.
Tags: English, Linguistics, UK, USA, Firefox, Spelling, Gr33n Data