[Scribus] Spell checking
Thu May 10 04:07:53 CEST 2007
On Wednesday May 9 2007 18:47, Gora Mohanty wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-05-09 at 20:58 -0400, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> > A bit inconvenient, but you can always save to a file, eg filename.txt,
> > then run
> > 'aspell -c filename.txt'
> > then reload your file back into the text frame. I think it underscores
> > the value of starting with a text file, entering all your text, doing
> > the spellcheck, THEN importing into Scribus.
> > The question is, can we figure out a more elegant way to use aspell from
> > within Scribus, from a script, perhaps.
> I am not at all familiar with Scribus code, but have programmed with
> aspell quite a bit. It is quite easy to call aspell from a C or C++
> program, and other programming languages can also be used. Does
> Scribus have a plugin architecture that can be used for a
> spell-checker plugin? If so, I could volunteer to do it.
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> Scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
I know Scribus has a script folder and you can execute scripts from there, but
I'm not sure you can execute them from the story editor. I do not see an
option for it in the store editor. You could probably write it to execute
from the main page and check whole document. One of the programs would have
to answer this question. The two scripts that came with install are PY
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