UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
2009/5/13 Jürgen Spitzmüller j.spitzmuel...@gmx.de: James C. Sutherland wrote: However, I really don't want to have any notion of the language my documents are written in. This will have the consequence that your text, even if monolingually English, * will not be hyphenated correctly *

Re: UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
John McCabe-Dansted wrote: Well, babel at least isn't required for spell checking. The language markup is not only used for babel. It is also passed to aspell (and, in LyX 2.0, to the thesaurus). Jürgen

UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
2009/5/13 Jürgen Spitzmüller j.spitzmuel...@gmx.de: James C. Sutherland wrote: However, I really don't want to have any notion of the language my documents are written in. This will have the consequence that your text, even if monolingually English, * will not be hyphenated correctly *

Re: UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
John McCabe-Dansted wrote: Well, babel at least isn't required for spell checking. The language markup is not only used for babel. It is also passed to aspell (and, in LyX 2.0, to the thesaurus). Jürgen

UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
2009/5/13 Jürgen Spitzmüller : > James C. Sutherland wrote: > >> However, I really don't want to have any notion of >> the "language" my documents are written in. > > This will have the consequence that your text, even if monolingually > English, > > * will not be hyphenated

Re: UK and US editions of the same work.

2009-06-05 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
John McCabe-Dansted wrote: > Well, babel at least isn't required for spell checking. The language markup is not only used for babel. It is also passed to aspell (and, in LyX 2.0, to the thesaurus). Jürgen