cbradney at scribus.info
Tue Apr 3 19:27:12 UTC 2012
On 4/3/12 9:23 PM, Craig Bradney wrote:
> On 4/3/12 9:16 PM, Tom Connolly wrote:
>> Inasmuch as I cut my teeth on PageMaker, then Quark and InDesign, I was used to opening the program and while typing the copy beginning to envision the layout in my mind. So for me, the copy came first and I didn't need to employ another program to get the flyer, poster, newsletter, etc. into production. This was and is very common workflow in a print shop. So let me add my voice to those who would like to see an operating spellchecker in Scribus!
>> Thank you all.
>> Tom Connolly
> That would be our aim.. but someone needs to write the new spellchecker plugin.. we would like
> someone to do this. Anyone?
Oh, and as I have said in other posts.. that *is* how it works on Linux now aspell. When you install
those commercial apps you do not see what libraries or binaries they install if you don't go
looking. Scribus also includes lots in our installers for various reasons. Just because we mention
aspell, doesnt mean its a separate app.
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