[OS X TeX] Spell Check in TeXShop?
simon at simifilm.ch
Thu Mar 16 06:15:01 EST 2006
On 16.03.2006, at 12:09, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 16 mars 06 à 11:02, Jérôme Laurens a écrit :
>> Le 14 mars 06, à 22:48, Bruno Voisin a écrit :
>>> Unfortunately not. Similarly it's very inconvenient in Mail to
>>> have to switch dictionaries manually all day long, when writing
>>> indifferently messages in several languages (in my case two:
>>> French and English).
>> Pages can use different dictionaries/languages in the same document.
>> So this is perfectly possible with OS X to do such a thing.
>> The Pages user is expected to add a language attribute to any part
>> of the text.
>> This language attribute is stored in the file.
>> Doing such a thing is not possible with mail, because the mail
>> file format does not authorize it.
>> It is not a limitation of Mac OS X, but a limitation on the mail
> Sorry, I'd been unclear. What I referred to wasn't being unable to
> use multiple dictionaries within the same email message, but having
> to switch dictionaries constantly through the Spelling panel when
> writing one message in French, then one in English, then another in
> French, and so forth.
> The problem here (IMO) isn't the functionality, but the interface:
> it would be nice to have a keyboard shortcut to switch between
> dictionaries, in the same way as Cmd-Space rotates between Input
> Methods (ie French keyboard, Numerical French keyboard, American
> keyboard etc.) in the International pref panel and menu; otherwise
> you have to navigate through Edit > Spelling > Spelling... (or use
> Cmd-:) -- no this isn't a smiley --, then select the appropriate
> dictionary in the Dictionary pull-down menu.
That would be nice. Something I'd also like to see is the ability to
sync personal dictionaries among different machines via .Mac. I even
mailed the author of CocoaSpell about this, but he didn't react.
Anyway, this is definitely an area where Apple can and should improve.
Telephon: ++41 43 535 81 71
Mobophon: ++41 76 459 60 39
"I have never been certain that the moral of the Icarus myth is, as
is generally accepted, 'don't fly too high', or whether it might also
be thought of as: 'forget about the wax and feathers, and do a better
job on the wings." Stanley Kubrick
------------------------- Info --------------------------
Mac-TeX Website: http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/
& FAQ: http://latex.yauh.de/faq/
TeX FAQ: http://www.tex.ac.uk/faq
List Archive: http://tug.org/pipermail/macostex-archives/
More information about the MacOSX-TeX