Julie | 4 May 06:19 2016

Keeping only one dictionary active

Hello,

I am using the latest build of WinEdt 10. Though I primarily use the English UK dictionary by writing 

% !Mode:: "TeX:UNIX:UK"

as the first line in the LaTeX document, recently I installed the French dictionary as I had to write a letter
in French. Then I had % !Mode:: "TeX:UNIX:FR" instead.

Now when I only writing English documents with the % !Mode:: "TeX:UNIX:UK" present, I see that French words
are not flagged/underlined as incorrect English pronunciations. It seems that both UK and FR
dictionaries are active at the same time. If I opened the letter I wrote in French but now with % !Mode::
"TeX:UNIX:UK", the dictionary finds no mistake and accept all French words.

It appears that I need to know how to turn off a dictionary so that WinEdt works with only one dictionary in a
document at a given time. Perhaps the solution already exists somewhere in the WinEdt menus but I cannot
locate it.

Hope that you can help.

Thank you.

Virginie

Karl Koeller | 2 May 19:55 2016

NEW - WinEdt contribution: IntelliMath

Dear WinEdt-ers,

A new contribution by Riccardo Dossena is available: IntelliMath 
(Intelligent inline math).

This package provides a macro that allows to insert automatically the 
second $ when you press $ for writing an inline equation in TeX mode.
It acts only if there are no non-space characters before and after the 
cursor position (this is useful if you have to make corrections or 
simply set equations inside a formed text).

Visit http://www.winedt.org/macros/latex/IntelliMath.html for more info 
and download.

Users who have ContribManager installed can update it and have the new 
contribution available for download from within WinEdt.

Best regards to all,

Karl

Jörg Weber | 27 Apr 23:43 2016

RE: WinEdt 10 and AutoHotkey

I've been using AutoHotkey scripts with and without WinEDT from v6 up to current v10, and it works without problems.

Are you running WinEDT as Admin? I've noticed that AutoHotkey shortcuts/remappings fail if a program is
run as admin, but the script is not as admin.

Regards,
Joerg


-----Original Message-----
From: WinEdt Team [mailto:support <at> winedt.com] 
Sent: 27 April 2016 22:23
To: winedt+list <at> wsg.net
Subject: Re: [WinEdt] WinEdt 10 and AutoHotkey

Albert,

I know nothing about AutoHotkey and did nothing to prevent it from working in WinEdt 10. If I understand
correctly it does its mapping before an application receives any notification so it would be hard to
prevent it from working...

> I am using the actual Build 20160413 (v. 10.0) - 64-bit of WinEdt and 
> also AutoHotkey (64 bit) as my keyboard remapper to get access to some 
> letters and symbols which are not directly addressable on German 
> keyboards. In previous WinEdt versions remapping worked fine – and if 
> I remember correctly even in the previous Build 20150317 of WinEdt 10 
> (which had the BACKGROUND_COLOR bug).

Are you sure about this working in the previous build?

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Albert Kapune | 27 Apr 20:59 2016

WinEdt 10 and AutoHotkey

Hello,

I am using the actual Build 20160413  (v. 10.0) - 64-bit of WinEdt and also
AutoHotkey (64 bit) as my keyboard remapper to get access to some letters
and symbols which are not directly addressable on German keyboards. In
previous WinEdt versions remapping worked fine – and if I remember correctly
even in the previous Build 20150317 of WinEdt 10 (which had the
BACKGROUND_COLOR bug).

Is there any possibility to get remapping back on the current build?

Thank you and kind regards
Albert

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BRUSSET Xavier | 26 Apr 18:40 2016
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Bib claims it does not find the .bib file on 2nd run

Dear WinEdt-ers,
I am using WinEdt 10 on Win7. When I PDFTexify a TeX file a first time, there are several 
runs and the file completes including references from the citation taken from the usual bib 
file.
If I do some changes to the tex file and press F9, Bib complains that the bib file cannot be 
opened, the references disappear and the citations are replaced by question marks.

If I delete the .aux file and press F9 again, Everything comes back.

What could cause this sudden behavior which I had never witnessed before?
BTW, the bib file is not open in any other application.

Thank you.

Xavier BRUSSET 
Professor of logistics and supply chain management
Toulouse Business School
x.brusset <at> tbs-education.fr
Tel: +33 5 61 29 50 54
Mobile: +33 6 28 29 22 00
The Research Blog: TBSearch

Dear WinEdt-ers,
I am using WinEdt 10 on Win7. When I PDFTexify a TeX file a first time, there are several runs and the file completes including references from the citation taken from the usual bib file.
If I do some changes to the tex file and press F9, Bib complains that the bib file cannot be (Continue reading)

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Per Ting | 18 Apr 22:20 2016
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Working on two machines

I have set up winedt 10 under windows 10, with some modifications, and I am happy with the setting on this machine. I am also using it under windows 7 on another machine and would like it to behave exactly as the win10 machine. How can I achieve this?

Thanks

Per
WinEdt Team | 18 Apr 18:08 2016

Re: Sumatra synchronization default key

Yes. That, too, can be done: through Event Handlers
 
From: Per Ting
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2016 1:02 PM
To: Winedt
Subject: Re: [WinEdt] Sumatra synchronization default key
 
Thanks Alex, clicking on current line bookmark is great and works fine, I was not aware of this! 
 
What I was referring to was double clicking on a word in the edit window and getting the location in the pdf file (sumatra). I think this is not possible.
 
Thanks,
 
On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 11:57 AM, WinEdt Team <support <at> winedt.com> wrote:
Per,
 
> Is this still impossible in Winedt 10? Is it possible to add a
> "jump to pdf" entry in the right click menu (the one that has "get
> folder", "set folder", etc.) to make forward sync possible without
> using the keyboard?
 
It was always possible to do this. Options Interface -> Popup Menus
you can add whatever you want to the popup menu (one for selected
text and one for ordinary text).
 
In WinEdt 10 you can also click on the current line bookmark on the
left margin (or click twice anywhere on the left margin) to
initiate forward search. This is controlled through mouse event
handlers (Advanced section of the Options Interface). By default it
is already enabled...
 
alex
 

Gmane