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sunderme

Jan Sunderme , Germany
TeXstudio

Text Editors by BeniBela 53 comments

please use the bug/feature tracker on texmakerx.sf.net - Dec 17 2009
QDiagram

Graphic Apps by sunderme 6 comments

you cannot connect items, but you can draw lines (with arrows).
The line tool is implemented in the toolbar next to the arrow/pointer. Since the tool bar is so small, two small ">>" signs show, that more buttons can be selected. - Mar 28 2009
Online spell check editor

Qt Widgets by sunderme 12 comments

hunspell obviously needs a dictionary to work.
The standard assumption is the presence of en_GB.dic in the working path.
If a dictionary is present at different location, this can be set after starting the program in the options.
The complete path to the *.dic file has to be set! - Nov 09 2008
QDiagram

Graphic Apps by sunderme 6 comments

I can't reproduce that error.
Under Ubuntu and under Windows (mingw) the pogram compiles fine.
What system do you use ? - Oct 20 2008
Online spell check editor

Qt Widgets by sunderme 12 comments

I did not understand yet why you implemented the change number 2.
Could you give an example when the original code fails here ? - Sep 21 2008
Online spell check editor

Qt Widgets by sunderme 12 comments

okay, the problem with the accents arises from encoding.
The code uses .toLatin1(...) in aspell.cpp

This needs to be changed to .toLocal8Bit(...)

I am going to provide new sources hopefully soon, however i have not found out yet why the suggestion of corrected word does not work under Linux. - Sep 21 2008
Online spell check editor

Qt Widgets by sunderme 12 comments

What system are you using to run "spellcheck" on ?
Is it windows or Linux ? And if Linux, do you know the text coding (utf-8, latin1, etc ?)

Jan - Sep 21 2008
Online spell check editor

Qt Widgets by sunderme 12 comments

right now the code is very simple.
Therefore it takes the actual cursor position to determine of which word you want to get spelling suggestions.
To get them, simply place the cursor on the respective word and do a right click ... - Jul 19 2008