Re: Spellcheck>SOLVED

2020-11-15 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann


Have you installed either ispell, hunspell or aspell yet? Enchant can 
use any of them, I think. (I'm on Linux Mint, and I use enchant + 
aspell, for what it's worth.) You should be able to install whichever 
you choose, plus appropriate dictionaries, using the Debian package 
manager (apt? synaptic?). I don't think you need to install from source.


Paul


Thanks all who helped me with the spellchecking.
I do have enchant (Debian bullseye) and in

enchant/which is in ~/.config/enchant$

de_DE.dic  de_DE.exc  de.dic  de.exc  en_GB.dic  en_GB.exc  en_US.dic 
en_US.exc


I found the added personal dictionary in en_GB.dic

So, all is well

Wolfgang


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Re: Spellcheck

2020-11-15 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann




Am 14.11.20 um 23:47 schrieb Charlie:


Wolfgang Engelmann informed me regarding: Re: Spellcheck on
Sat, 14 Nov 2020 14:56:43 +0100


Am 14.11.20 um 14:26 schrieb Baris Erkus:

On 14-Nov-20 3:19 PM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:



Am 14.11.20 um 09:38 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

I haven't found a more detailed description for spellchecking in
the help files of LyX.

In the User Guide 6.14 Spell Checking
It says:
With Linux one needs to install the packages for the desired
language. The number of these packages vary depending on the
Linux distribution, but in most cases these are aspell-xx,
hunspell-xx, myspell-xx, etc., where xx is the language code.

In my LyX Version 2.3.5.2
(Thursday, June 25, 2020)
Library directory: /usr/share/lyx/
User directory: ~/.lyx/
Qt Version (run-time): 5.14.2
Qt Version (compile-time): 5.14.2
(and I am using Debian Bullseye)

there is only enchant as the spellchecker engine listed.
It is in ./.config/enchant
but there is no hunspell, e.g.
It is mentioned to get it from
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lyxwininstaller/files/hunspell/
 > Where do I place it (and other spellcheckers)
 > And how do I get a personal spellchecker invoked?

Thanks for pointers
Wolfgang


I found this
https://www.lyx.org/AdditionalSoftware
and it states that enchant calls other spellcheckers.

So my remaining question is
how do I get a personal spellchecker

Wolfgang


You can tell LyX to record the words that will be recognized as
correct by "Add to personal dictionary" . These are saved as text
files in the personal folder with a name e.g. pwl_english.dict.

Thanks, Baris.
I see, by clicking ADD I get the personal spellchecker and can save
to it. But how do I find this one?
Mind you, I am under Linux (Debian)
Wolfgang


If you want to use a new dictionary with .dic and .aff files,
rather than the default dictionary files, you should place those
files to \resources\dicts\ folder of LyX.
   

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Replied thus:

Wolgang,

Debian Bullseye

~/.config/enchant might be what you want.

Charlie


East Gippsland Wildlife Rehabilitators Inc..
http://www.egwildlife.com.au/


enchant:
de_DE.dic  de_DE.exc  de.dic  de.exc  en_GB.dic  en_GB.exc  en_US.dic 
en_US.exc



wolfgang@Fuji:~/.config$ cat en_GB.dic
cat: en_GB.dic: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden

??

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Re: Spellcheck

2020-11-15 Thread Baris Erkus

On 15-Nov-20 10:57 PM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:



Am 14.11.20 um 23:47 schrieb Charlie:


Wolfgang Engelmann informed me regarding: Re: Spellcheck on
Sat, 14 Nov 2020 14:56:43 +0100


Am 14.11.20 um 14:26 schrieb Baris Erkus:

On 14-Nov-20 3:19 PM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:



Am 14.11.20 um 09:38 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

I haven't found a more detailed description for spellchecking in
the help files of LyX.

In the User Guide 6.14 Spell Checking
It says:
With Linux one needs to install the packages for the desired
language. The number of these packages vary depending on the
Linux distribution, but in most cases these are aspell-xx,
hunspell-xx, myspell-xx, etc., where xx is the language code.

In my LyX Version 2.3.5.2
(Thursday, June 25, 2020)
Library directory: /usr/share/lyx/
User directory: ~/.lyx/
Qt Version (run-time): 5.14.2
Qt Version (compile-time): 5.14.2
(and I am using Debian Bullseye)

there is only enchant as the spellchecker engine listed.
It is in ./.config/enchant
but there is no hunspell, e.g.
It is mentioned to get it from
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lyxwininstaller/files/hunspell/
 > Where do I place it (and other spellcheckers)
 > And how do I get a personal spellchecker invoked?

Thanks for pointers
Wolfgang


I found this
https://www.lyx.org/AdditionalSoftware
and it states that enchant calls other spellcheckers.

So my remaining question is
how do I get a personal spellchecker

Wolfgang


You can tell LyX to record the words that will be recognized as
correct by "Add to personal dictionary" . These are saved as text
files in the personal folder with a name e.g. pwl_english.dict.

Thanks, Baris.
I see, by clicking ADD I get the personal spellchecker and can save
to it. But how do I find this one?
Mind you, I am under Linux (Debian)
Wolfgang


If you want to use a new dictionary with .dic and .aff files,
rather than the default dictionary files, you should place those
files to \resources\dicts\ folder of LyX.

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Replied thus:

Wolgang,

Debian Bullseye

~/.config/enchant might be what you want.

Charlie


East Gippsland Wildlife Rehabilitators Inc..
    http://www.egwildlife.com.au/


enchant:
de_DE.dic  de_DE.exc  de.dic  de.exc  en_GB.dic  en_GB.exc en_US.dic 
en_US.exc



wolfgang@Fuji:~/.config$ cat en_GB.dic
cat: en_GB.dic: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden

??

Wolfgang


Am I missing smtg here? You need to be in the "/.config/enchant/" 
folder, not "/.config" folder.


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Re: Spellcheck

2020-11-15 Thread Charlie

Baris Erkus informed me regarding: Re: Spellcheck on Sun, 15
Nov 2020 23:03:15 +0300

> On 15-Nov-20 10:57 PM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
> >
> >
> > Am 14.11.20 um 23:47 schrieb Charlie:  
> >>
> >> Wolfgang Engelmann informed me regarding: Re: Spellcheck on
> >> Sat, 14 Nov 2020 14:56:43 +0100
> >>  
> >>> Am 14.11.20 um 14:26 schrieb Baris Erkus:  
>  On 14-Nov-20 3:19 PM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:  
> >
> >
> > Am 14.11.20 um 09:38 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:  
> >> I haven't found a more detailed description for spellchecking
> >> in the help files of LyX.
> >>
> >> In the User Guide 6.14 Spell Checking
> >> It says:
> >> With Linux one needs to install the packages for the desired
> >> language. The number of these packages vary depending on the
> >> Linux distribution, but in most cases these are aspell-xx,
> >> hunspell-xx, myspell-xx, etc., where xx is the language code.
> >>
> >> In my LyX Version 2.3.5.2
> >> (Thursday, June 25, 2020)
> >> Library directory: /usr/share/lyx/
> >> User directory: ~/.lyx/
> >> Qt Version (run-time): 5.14.2
> >> Qt Version (compile-time): 5.14.2
> >> (and I am using Debian Bullseye)
> >>
> >> there is only enchant as the spellchecker engine listed.
> >> It is in ./.config/enchant
> >> but there is no hunspell, e.g.
> >> It is mentioned to get it from
> >> https://sourceforge.net/projects/lyxwininstaller/files/hunspell/
> >>  > Where do I place it (and other spellcheckers)
> >>  > And how do I get a personal spellchecker invoked?
> >>
> >> Thanks for pointers
> >> Wolfgang  
> >
> > I found this
> > https://www.lyx.org/AdditionalSoftware
> > and it states that enchant calls other spellcheckers.
> >
> > So my remaining question is
> > how do I get a personal spellchecker
> >
> > Wolfgang  
> 
>  You can tell LyX to record the words that will be recognized as
>  correct by "Add to personal dictionary" . These are saved as text
>  files in the personal folder with a name e.g. pwl_english.dict.  
> >>> Thanks, Baris.
> >>> I see, by clicking ADD I get the personal spellchecker and can
> >>> save to it. But how do I find this one?
> >>> Mind you, I am under Linux (Debian)
> >>> Wolfgang  
> 
>  If you want to use a new dictionary with .dic and .aff files,
>  rather than the default dictionary files, you should place those
>  files to \resources\dicts\ folder of LyX.  
> >>> -- 
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> >>> lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
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> >>
> >>
> >> Replied thus:
> >>
> >> Wolgang,
> >>
> >> Debian Bullseye
> >>
> >> ~/.config/enchant might be what you want.
> >>
> >> Charlie
> >>
> >>
> >> East Gippsland Wildlife Rehabilitators Inc..
> >>     http://www.egwildlife.com.au/
> >>  
> > enchant:
> > de_DE.dic  de_DE.exc  de.dic  de.exc  en_GB.dic  en_GB.exc
> > en_US.dic en_US.exc
> >
> >
> > wolfgang@Fuji:~/.config$ cat en_GB.dic
> > cat: en_GB.dic: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
> >
> > ??
> >
> > Wolfgang  
> 
> Am I missing smtg here? You need to be in the "/.config/enchant/" 
> folder, not "/.config" folder.
> 
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Replied thus:

That is correct,

On my Debian Bullseye system I find:

en.dict
en_AU.dict
en_AU.exe
en_GB.dict
en_GB.exe

And others.

Not all have my added words in them, some of these files are empty.

I think the GB Great Britain and US, USA dicts are when I used a
different language and entered my own words and spellings.

> > de_DE.dic  de_DE.exc  de.dic  de.exc  en_GB.dic  en_GB.exc
> > en_US.dic en_US.exc

Maybe if you open these files you may find the words and the "in use"
dictionary you seek?

Hope that helps,
Charlie

East Gippsland Wildlife Rehabilitators Inc..
   http://www.egwildlife.com.au/

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Fwd: [ Lyx Module syntaxe ? ] Need help for a custom enumerate style module.

2020-11-15 Thread didiergabory



Hi, 


For the first time I try to write a LYX module corresponding to a custom 
enumerate style (with two levels). 
I use the article Koma class with enumitem.sty package (I try…) 



I encounter a problem : 


* In the Lyx interface the 1rst level counter returns to the initial value 
on paragraph breaks. I am unable to mimic the correct behavior visible in the 
pdfLatex export produce by Lyx. 


I place: 



* the mwe on lyx; 
* my poor Mes_listes_CPGE.module file; 



I hope to find some help here to move forward. 


Didier 







Mes_listes_CPGE.module
Description: Binary data


test_mon_module.lyx
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Re: Spellcheck

2020-11-15 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 11/14/20 3:38 AM, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:
I haven't found a more detailed description for spellchecking in the 
help files of LyX.


In the User Guide 6.14 Spell Checking
It says:
With Linux one needs to install the packages for the desired language. 
The number of these packages vary depending on the Linux distribution, 
but in most cases these are aspell-xx, hunspell-xx, myspell-xx, etc., 
where xx is the language code.


In my LyX Version 2.3.5.2
(Thursday, June 25, 2020)
Library directory: /usr/share/lyx/
User directory: ~/.lyx/
Qt Version (run-time): 5.14.2
Qt Version (compile-time): 5.14.2
(and I am using Debian Bullseye)

there is only enchant as the spellchecker engine listed.
It is in ./.config/enchant
but there is no hunspell, e.g.
It is mentioned to get it from
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lyxwininstaller/files/hunspell/
 > Where do I place it (and other spellcheckers)
 > And how do I get a personal spellchecker invoked?

Thanks for pointers
Wolfgang

Wolfgang,

Have you installed either ispell, hunspell or aspell yet? Enchant can 
use any of them, I think. (I'm on Linux Mint, and I use enchant + 
aspell, for what it's worth.) You should be able to install whichever 
you choose, plus appropriate dictionaries, using the Debian package 
manager (apt? synaptic?). I don't think you need to install from source.


Paul

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