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Month: December 2016

Re: [trinity-users] Re: Re: Re: End of Year Fundraiser

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2016 12:17:04 -0900

Greg M
On 12/31/2016 06:11 AM, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> On Saturday 31 December 2016 13:28:00 deloptes wrote:
>> Lisi Reisz wrote:
>>> I couldn't find a bug report.  But I have just done what I should have
>>> done ages ago.  I remembered a) the threads and b) my own lack of
>>> sympathy (I did not have the problem at the time).  I did not effectively
>>> search them all out (my search failed) and reread them in detail.  I have
>>> just done so.  I had not remembered that there is a workaround.  So the
>>> proper spell check has disappeared form the tools menu and not
>>> reappeared, but one can work around it by adding an icon to the tool bar.
>>>  I rarely use, and do not like using, icons, so had not registered the
>>> workaround in my memory.
>>>> I am fine with it.
>>>> Can you post your spell checker bug(s), so that we may look at it
>>>> (again), please
>>> I'll try - it would still be nice to have the spell checker back in the
>>> menu so that it could be triggered from the keyboard.
>>> Lisi
>> I think the best is to describe your problem in a bug (as you mentioned).
> Yes, I agree.  And will do so.  And will also think of a clear way of stating 
> another wish-bug for which I would be willing to pay.  But I can't afford 
> much. :-(
>> Missing icon is not a bug, you can label it feature request (even if it was
>> there before)
> Agreed.  I don't even like icons!!  And as a rule don't use them.  If I get my 
> menu entry I shan't even want it!!!
>> I have the spell checker active in kmail and in this news reader and it
>> spellchecks while typing, which is really nice, highlighting all improperly
>> spelled words. I am not sure if I can set up a different language though,
>> which might be of interest at some point of time.
> Yes, it does that.  And I agree that that feature is great.  But it can also 
> if asked actually run correcting spellings as does a word processor 
> spell-checker.  This is a great time saver.  It asks before every correction, 
> but cab correct the same error all the way through the document.  This is 
> what there is no menu entry for any more when there always used to be one.
> The fact that a workaround exists in the form of an icon is great, if too 
> Windows like, and it would have saved me a lot of time and angst if I had 
> taken in that fact sooner, but I prefer working from the keyboard.
> Lisi

I think keeping the hands on the keyboeard is worth the bug report. I
can not find a way to edit the Menu bar, if the entry spellcheck entry
used to be there ...seems it could be put back....easy peasy :-)