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A correction typo method in Instance Message chat

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000241253D
Publication Date: 2015-Apr-09
Document File: 9 page(s) / 269K

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Abstract

This invention provide a method to better correct typo during Instance Message chat. If Instance Message chat software add this function, it could enhance the fluency and efficiency between chat .

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A correction typo method in Instance Message chat

Disclosed is about a method to better correct typo in Instance Message. During chatting, we usually type quickly and send messages with typo. When the chatter receives the message, especially long message, this leads misunderstanding. To avoid misunderstanding, we have to type the whole message with right words again and send it again. The receivers have to compare

with the previous message to know the typo. So we promote a correction typo method to enhance the fluency and efficiency during chatting .

This invention provide a method to better correct typo during Instance Message chat. If Instance Message chat software add this function, it could enhance the fluency and efficiency between chat .


Correction typo method

This method is implemented by adding a functional button into Instance Message tool . When users send a message with typo, he click the correction typo button to activate this function. Then the cursor becomes an error correction pen. When users click Send button, a correction typo process ends and it rolls back to normal function. Detailed steps as below:


(1) Find a sent message has typos

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(2) Click correction typo button then the cursor becomes an error correction pen

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(3) Roll the mouse over the typo words then the whole string is copied and pasted into input box.

The string is highlighted, the typo words are in strike-through type and the cursor stays...