From version 2.6.2 on, you will be able to access the current dictionary by

documentManager.currentDocument.spellingDictName()

Am 08.07.2013 22:00, schrieb Tim Hoffmann:
This is currently not exposed to scripting.

As a workaround, you may introduce a "% TeX spellcheck = [your_lang]" magic comment at the beginning of the file (anyway a good idea) and parse the beginning of the file for it.

Am 05.07.2013 02:50, schrieb Mok Bunthon:
Dear Sir or Madame, I have problems with Edit Macros.  How do I make Macros to show my  Language ?
I use version 2.6.0

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,




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