[OS X TeX] cocoAspell dictionary question

Herbert Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Fri Oct 21 14:46:54 EDT 2005

On Oct 21, 2005, at 1:24 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote:

> When you say "skip over (La)TeX commands", I assume you mean that  
> you have checked the "TeX/LaTeX" and "Texinfo" filters for your  
> chosen dictionary -- is that correct?


Yes, that is what I meant. Take a look in the Filters Tab and TeX/ 
LaTeX Filters sub-tab and you'll see the commands it knows about and  
also the notation for checking/skipping optional/required arguments.  
It's easy to add to that list if you find it necessary (I did). The  
check mark is Opt-v although I've globally mapped that to Meta-v for  
moving back by page with a centered cursor (like Ctl-v moves down the  
same way); I just copy one check mark and paste where I need it in  
the addition.

> I really like it that I can use this dictionary in just TeXShop by  
> selecting it in spelling. I can leave all other apps just as they  
> are (at least that appears to be the case).
> Thank you,
> -- Gary

I guess I haven't checked lately. I thought it was a setting you  
could check at will but was global.

With 2.0.2 I think CocoAspell is a really useful thing to have around  
and has become part of my work flow.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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