[texworks] Space as a hotkey

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Sat Mar 17 17:31:18 CET 2012

On 2012-03-17 at 08:51:01 +0100, Ryszard Kubiak wrote:

 > Dear All,
 > I wonder whether the space character can be used as a hotkey
 > to invoke a script. I am thinking of writing a script that
 > would on the fly replace the space character with ~, depending
 > on a surrounding context.
 > A more general question would be whether TeXworks internals
 > allow the editor to be extended so that one could define
 > their own input method. For example, in Emacs many input
 > methods are defined for editing in various alpabets based
 > on just ASCII characters. Or, you think that such a feature
 > is better to be provided by external, keyboard layout tools?

In many cases it's also necessary to be able to toggle quickly between
two input methods.  This can better be accomplished when input methods
are built-in.  External input methods are also less portable.


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