[OS X TeX] Cocoaspell does not know common words

Nathan Paxton napaxton at fas.harvard.edu
Fri Aug 27 11:13:54 EDT 2010

	I could also be that I installed aspell at some point, either to use Aquamacs (in my brief dalliance with it) or in the impression that I needed to do such to use cocoaspell.

	In any case, removing cocoaspell entirely and reinstalling it seems to have made the problems go away. Those "troublesome" words are no longer so.

-Nathan A. Paxton 
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Dept. of Government, Harvard University

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On 27 Aug 2010, at 10:15 AM, <cfrees at imapmail.org> <cfrees at imapmail.org> wrote:

> On Fri 27th Aug, 2010 at 06:52, Herbert Schulz seems to have written:
>> On Aug 26, 2010, at 10:44 PM, Nathan Paxton wrote:
>>> 	I do have a UNIX version of aspell installed in /usr/local/bin. Should this make a difference?
>>> Best,
>>> -Nathan A. Paxton
>> Howdy,
>> I believe that's one supplied by Apple and not used by CocoAspell.
> Has Apple altered its policy for Leopard/Snow Leopard? In previous OS
> versions, Apple didn't install under /usr/local at all that I'm aware
> of. Neither did Apple supply aspell.
> I've got /usr/local/bin/aspell but that's something I installed myself.
> It doesn't cause issues for me with CocoAspell. On the other hand, I
> seem to have reverted from 0.60.6 to 0.60.4 although I cannot now
> remember why I did this.
> Best,
> cfr
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