Re: [NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-17 Thread Idris Samawi Hamid
It has nothing to do with keyboard, only with the software use use. But, hmmm, see ... http://www.winedt.org/poll.php Unicode support is one of the which features do you miss most?, so it doesn't really look promising, at least not yet. Ok, I voted, but I actually corresponded with the developer

Re: [NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-16 Thread Mojca Miklavec
ishamid wrote: I use WinEdt too, but how do you directly type unicode? Or is it a keyboard thing? It has nothing to do with keyboard, only with the software use use. But, hmmm, see ... http://www.winedt.org/poll.php Unicode support is one of the which features do you miss most?, so it doesn't

[NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-15 Thread Ciro A. Soto
Hello, I would like to know what is the best way to check spelling in a TeX-prepared document. I could use ispell (linux/unix), but I wonder if there is a better way with OpenOffice, or other package. Besides, ispell wouldn't check my spanish words like Am\'erica because of the accent. In the

Re: [NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-15 Thread Mojca Miklavec
Ciro A. Soto wrote: Hello, I would like to know what is the best way to check spelling in a TeX-prepared document. I could use ispell (linux/unix), but I wonder if there is a better way with OpenOffice, or other package. Besides, ispell wouldn't check my spanish words like Am\'erica because of

RE: [NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-15 Thread ishamid
Hi Mojca, You can use \enableregime[utf] and write your documents in unicode with all the accents instead. I sometimes used the spellchecker inside WinEDT, but I'm no expert in that field. Open office is somehow inappropriate for writing plain text documents, although I use it sometimes as

Re: [NTG-context] dictionary for TeX,/ConTeXt

2005-01-15 Thread Nikolai Weibull
* Ciro A. Soto (Jan 15, 2005 18:10): Hello, I would like to know what is the best way to check spelling in a TeX-prepared document. I could use ispell (linux/unix), but I wonder if there is a better way with OpenOffice, or other package. Besides, ispell wouldn't check my spanish words like