Re: [NH] line nos
>Thanks Lotta, but no spelling checker in tools, or anywhere else that ISorry Neil. Maybe you use Notetab Light? It doesn't have spell checker. :(
>Leave it with me. Thanks again.
- Hi Artis,
The latest dictionaries and thesaurus installation program can be
Setup program with English dictionaries and thesaurus
(size 1,394 KB; updated 8 May 2000)
Run the dictionary installation program that you downloaded if
that is what you got - the file should be named: dicts.exe The
setup program should find your NoteTab installation, but if not,
browse to the folder you installed NoteTab in (C:\Program
Files\NoteTab Pro\ (or C:\Program Files\NoteTab Std\) is the
default path. Open the Dictionaries folder underneath it and
click on OK. The dictionaries and thesaurus will install at that
Start up NoteTab and click on the main menu: View | Spell Checker
Options... If you do not see the dictionaries in the upper
window, use the Add button to browse to the folder you installed
them to. Click on English.dct and repeat the Add for AmerAdd.dct.
They should be found in the following folder if you installed
with the default installation path and depending on the program
you installed. (Click on the Help button in the Spell Checker
Options window for more information.)
C:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro\Dictionaries\
C:\Program Files\NoteTab Std\Dictionaries\
In the Spell Checker Options windows you will see the following
Base English v2.01
American Add-on v2.01
Other dictionaries may be found at the following location. Not all
of them have the Add-on portion to them. You will need a program
that will decompress ".zip" files for them like WinZip.
You can use as many dictionaries as you want if you configure them
in the View | Spell Checker Options... Do press the Help button for
more detailed information in that window.
The Spell Checker is a third party product along with any
dictionaries we have for download. I can compile a dictionary if
I have a word list, one word to a line. So, if you get me such a
list, I can make a dictionary for you. The second link below
would be the place that you would check periodically to see if
one has been made.
>> >2 Is there a spell check... how do I get a spell check for ntbHappy HTML'n!
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- Jody wrote:
> Hi Artis,Thanks Jody, I got the dictionary. I realise now I need to register ntb pro -
> The latest dictionaries and thesaurus installation program can be
> found at:
buy it - which I will do. It's proving to be just what I require. Thanks also
for the "modify lines" bit. Works well - still haven't got it to quite agree
with how tidy allocates lines, but I can live with that for now.
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>still haven't got it to quite agree with how tidy allocates lines,but I can live with that for now.
> CheersHi Neil,
Back in December I posted a clip in the ntp-clips list (not this HTML
one) which I wrote to match the line numbers in the active HTML
document in NoteTab, with HTML tidy's error results line numbers..
It turns the word wrap option off and the line numbers on in NTP (and
vice versa).. It was msg 7982 if you're interested.
Since then I've moved up to the CSE HTML Validator which, amongst
many other things, finds and highlights the errors..