Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers,
My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that 
spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a 
text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to 
have portions of the text skipped when spell-checking. As far as I’m aware, no 
work is being done to write code for such a feature, and I myself unfortunately 
am unable to do. But perhaps one of you has been in a similar predicament, and 
has found a work-around? If so I’d be happy to hear about it.

Kind regards, Hiram
The Netherlands

Work-around for missing text style no spell-check

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers,
My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that 
spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a 
text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to 
have portions of the text skipped when spell-checking. As far as I’m aware, no 
work is being done to write code for such a feature, and I myself unfortunately 
am unable to do. But perhaps one of you has been in a similar predicament, and 
has found a work-around? If so I’d be happy to hear about it.

Kind regards, Hiram
The Netherlands

Work-around for missing text style "no spell-check"

2014-07-04 Thread R. H. van der Gaag
Dear Lyx’ers,
My PhD thesis will contain lots of text in medieval Dutch. This means that 
spell checking becomes a problem. There is a very old feature request for a 
text style “no spell-check”, or something similar, that would enable users to 
have portions of the text skipped when spell-checking. As far as I’m aware, no 
work is being done to write code for such a feature, and I myself unfortunately 
am unable to do. But perhaps one of you has been in a similar predicament, and 
has found a work-around? If so I’d be happy to hear about it.

Kind regards, Hiram
The Netherlands