ExtremeGamerBR wrote:2. The spell checker does not work with Chrome sandboxed. With Chrome out of the sandbox the spell checker back to work.
I assume you mean that sandboxed Chrome does not remember the words that are saved to the user's dictionary.
Otherwise, the spell checker works for me, in sandboxed Chrome (v13.0.782.220 and 14.0.835.163)
It appears that Chrome saves words to the user's dictionary file at:
Vista/Win7: C:\Users\(user)\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Custom Dictionary.txt
XP: C:\Documents and Settings\(user)\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Custom Dictionary.txt
If you already have a file called "Custom Dictionary.txt" at the above location (outside of the sandbox), you can allow Chrome to have Direct Access to that file, and it should save words to the dictionary file outside of the sandbox:
Sandbox Settings > Resource Access > File Access > Direct Access
" button: chrome.exe
" button: Navigate to and select the "Custom Dictionary.txt" file.
OK your way out.
None of the existing templates for Chrome will allow direct file access to the user's custom dictionary file, assuming that it is stored where I have shown it above.
All of the existing templates assume that Chrome's data will be stored in the Chrome profile folder, at:
%Local AppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
but for me, the dictionary file is in the "User Data" folder, and not in "User Data\Default".
OpenFilePath=chrome.exe,%Local AppData%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Custom Dictionary.txt
or (since the current [TemplateSetting] for Chrome cannot be used in a template for this file) to allow for an alternate profile folder location, that setting could be shortened to: