[Mac OS X TeX] Spelling, etc

Michael Murray mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au
Fri Jan 18 01:40:52 EST 2002

>This may be known to everyone, or it may not---but all the talk 
>about Excalibur makes me think it is not.
>TeXShop users do not really need Excalibur, provided they have an 
>internet connection. Install Omnidictionary and it appears in the 
>Services Menu of applicable apps. Simply choose the word, go to the 
>services menu and call up the dictionary. Spell-checker of a kind, 
>as much as any dictionary is! (If Excalibur is going to be adapted 
>maybe it should work in the same kind of way---that is, through the 
>services menu.)

Hi Adrian

The good thing about Excalibur is that it knows LaTeX and will ignore
latex commands.  I haven't tried Omnidictionary but presumably it
will complain about things like \documentclass ?


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