b.xavier at internet.lu
Sun Aug 28 08:07:27 CDT 2005
im working on one... palette based. checks your selection, and can use
wont be the most efficient at first...
My dictionary is ready, it's the process to check "off-stack" text
interactively which is kind a tricky to do...
I'll try to be quick...
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of
> Yves COPPE
> Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2005 09:58
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Re: Spell Checker
> Le 27 août 05 à 23:48, Sivakatirswami a écrit :
> > Jonathan:
> > Can you share your spell checker with us? or is this proprietary?
> > (put it on line somewhere or send to me off list?)
> > I don't care if it is not polished in terms of the UI, as long the
> > basic algorithms and scripts are accessible, I can put it to work..
> > basically I have a single field I am checking and would like to get
> > a) mis-spelled words flagged in that field
> > b) a suggestion list--(very basic, that segment of the
> alphabet would
> > do... right, I know... not very smart and all the "s's" could be a
> > long suggestion list, but my implementation will let them view two
> > different suggestion lists, one the "common" English dict
> and two, a
> > specialized words list... the latter will be short...
> Hi Jonathan,
> I'm also very interested in Spell checker.
> Working on Mac OS X, I found very a pity that Revolution
> doesn't support the cocoa services system of mac OS X So I'd
> like to build my own. I'm a French (language) user and have a
> big file of french words.
> I'd like to use this file as base of Spell Checking.
> Can you show us how you proceed ?
> Thank you?
> Yves COPPE
> yvescoppe at skynet.be
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