[texworks] checking spelling
chuck at sharpsteen.net
Wed Apr 11 23:34:19 CEST 2012
On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 1:06 PM, Carlisle Thacker <carlisle.thacker at noaa.gov
> The system manager just installed texworks on my machine running Red Hat
> Enterprise Linux 6.2 and it appears to be working fine. Except that I
> can't seem to activate the dictionary. The files seem to be in the right
> [thacker at autumn ~]$ cd /usr/share/myspell/
> [thacker at autumn myspell]$ ls
> en_AG.aff en_BW.dic en_GB.aff en_IE.dic en_NG.aff en_SG.dic en_ZW.aff
> en_AG.dic en_BZ.aff en_GB.dic en_IN.aff en_NG.dic en_TT.aff en_ZW.dic
> en_AU.aff en_BZ.dic en_GH.aff en_IN.dic en_NZ.aff en_TT.dic
> en_AU.dic en_CA.aff en_GH.dic en_JM.aff en_NZ.dic en_US.aff
> en_BS.aff en_CA.dic en_HK.aff en_JM.dic en_PH.aff en_US.dic
> en_BS.dic en_DK.aff en_HK.dic en_NA.aff en_PH.dic en_ZA.aff
> en_BW.aff en_DK.dic en_IE.aff en_NA.dic en_SG.aff en_ZA.dic
> But when I go to the editor tab for texworks preferences to choose the
> spell-check language, none is the only choice.
> How to activate the spelling checker?
The spelling dictionary installation guide can be found at:
The guide mentions that, for Linux, dictionaries should be placed in
This is not the path shown in your example.
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