[OS X TeX] CocoAspel 2.0.2 is missing misspelled words
lowimc at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 23 20:25:52 EST 2006
I have it set for bad spellers in the System
Preferences window and the dictionary is English
[variant_0]. The TeX/LaTeX filtering option is
I use the spelling pane, but the right click option
fails some of the time as well. It will claim an
incorrectly spelled word is correct.
--- Herbert Schulz <herbs at wideopenwest.com> wrote:
> On Mar 23, 2006, at 6:47 PM, polverone wrote:
> > CocoAspel 2.0.2 is missing misspelled words in
> > TeXShop. The missed words are very frequent and
> > be anywhere in the body of document they are NOT
> > contained in the filtered LaTex commands.
> > When I complete a section or document and select
> > spelling the spelling window comes up and seems
> > function correctly. No matter where my cursor is
> > I begin the spell check, the spell checker seems
> > cover the entire document and misses words
> > the document. The missed words are not just in a
> > single skipped section or paragraph. It will
> > one word in a sentence and miss the misspelled one
> > right next to it.
> > I have not accidentally clicked learn or the
> > for any of the missed words. I have tested it
> > utter gibberish just to verify this.
> > If I close the document and restart, some of the
> > missed words are caught on the second run but
> > all of them.
> > Any suggestions as to what is going on or how to
> > it?
> > Have any of you used a commercial spelling program
> > like Grammarian PRO X?
> > Can it filter LaTeX commands?
> > My system:
> > cocoaspel 2.0.2
> > TeXShop 2.03
> > os 10.4.2
> > G4 Ti Powerbook
> > Thanks,
> > Chad
> How do you have the spelling configured? Are you
> using `Check
> Spelling as you Type'? Are you Right(Ctl)-clicking
> and using the
> Contextual Menu list or the Spelling Pane?
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest.com)
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