From: Thomas Braun <braun@ph...> - 2007-07-19 21:02:44
On Thursday 19 July 2007 10:38, Matija =C5=A0uklje wrote:
> Dne sreda 18 julij 2007 22:09 ste napisali:
> > Hello Matija,
> Hallo Thomas :]
> > This is already possible but it is a bit hidden.
> > Go to settings->configure toolbars and choose "MainToolBar
> > <KatePartView>" which is only accessible if you have an open document.
> > Now in the list on the left hand side you can add a spelling icon.
> Great! That's exactly what I was looking for! It is a bit hidden, but not
> that unlogical really.
> > Yes, .backup files are created everytime the kile internal autosave gets
> > triggered. You can turn that also off or adjust the intervals. Go to
> > configure kile->general.
> OK, but what causes the .tex~ files then? Katepart? and what's the
> difference between them? I would prefer having *~ backup files, since most
> KDE applications (and some other as well =E2=80=94 e.g. joe) use it and i=
t is also
> recognised as such by KDE and it applies the appropriate icons, contexts
> and so on. But that's just my 0.2 =E2=82=AC ;)
Yes the *~ are done by katepart which you can also turn off in the configur=
dialog (Remember to open an document before so you get the katepart config=
> > > p.s. I heard that LaTeX is supposed to be quite outdated and that
> > > ConTeXt should be the way to go =E2=80=94 do you have any comments on=
> > I can not comment on that because I have never tried context.
> As far as I heard the biggest problem of LaTeX, TeTex and others is still=
> lack of proper unicode support (only using UTF-7 plus workarounds) and th=
> ConTeXt is supposed to be the most actively developed ...I haven't
> double-checked the info though.
> Concerning all other answers I can only say "Wow, thanks ...2.0 looks
> great!" ;)