[OS X TeX] A question from a new member

Google Kreme gkreme at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 17:49:30 EDT 2006

On 16 Oct 2006, at 08:49 , Alain Schremmer wrote:
> Herbert Schulz wrote:
>>> 3.in-line spellchecking if possible, since I write in english,  
>>> and it is not my native language;
>> As with other Cocoa editors, using CocoAspell will give you this  
>> feature and it also ``knows'' about LaTeX (and the list is  
>> extensible).
> When I mispell (often), TeXShop alerts me. But I just checked and I  
> don't have CocoAspell. So, who is doing the checking for me? And  
> what would CocoAspell do for /this/ non-native speaker?

Spellchecking is part of the OS for anything that uses the cocoa text  
editing methods.  However, CocoAspell 'knows' LaTeX, so it's a great  
choice as it won't markup your code with misspelling marks.

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